In the run up to the online release of Don’t Move: the 8th chilling episode of the Bloody Cuts Anthology, we thought we’d tantalise you with an insight into the making of Episode 7: Death Scenes.
Shot and cut by Al Hutchison, “Behind Death Scenes” gives you an exclusive sneak peak behind the Bloody Cuts curtain and slices open the brains of Joel Morgan and the crew of Death Scenes to see what dark secrets squirt out.
Be very afraid…
We’ve been throwing open the files of Lynnsmouth CID, the police force featured in the film, and for this final casebook we’ve alighted upon a series of particularly sinister unsolved killings…
Film School Rejects calls it ‘more horror brilliance from Bloody Cuts’, while Dread Central reckons it’s ‘another high quality Bloody Cuts slice’. They are, of course, talking about Death Scenes, and if you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favour and rectify that right now. Then meet you back here for a Q & A with one of its stars, D.I. Collins, aka actor Ayden Callaghan. READ MORE
Today, Bloody Cuts speak to the man with the headache like no other – Reggie, the drug-dealing scum-sucker from Death Scenes (if you haven’t yet, watch it now). Well, actually we’re speaking to the man who plays him, actor Paul Jibson, who’s a very nice chap. But let’s try and keep the nastiness going, eh? This is a horror site after all… READ MORE
There’s not a character in Death Scenes who undergoes more of a dramatic transformation than Janet (if you’ve not seen it, view this instant). From sweetly slumbering schoolgirl to snarling Lilith bitch in the space of five minutes – that’s some turnaround. Charlie Bond is the actress playing Janet, and here’s what she had to say about her Bloody Cuts debut. READ MORE
If you’re reading this and you haven’t yet watched Death Scenes, the seventh link in the Bloody Cuts chain of horror, then rectify that this instant. Once you’ve done that, get your freshly-enlightened ass back here for a Q & A with Robin Berry, one of the stars of Death Scenes and also the man behind the mask of that lovably lethal critter, the Suckablood. READ MORE
“D.I. Collins has a suspected serial killer in custody. But there may be more to his crimes than the Detective imagines…”
Born from an equal love of crime and horror cinema, DEATH SCENES is the 7th film in the 13-part Bloody Cuts anthology. It’s the directorial debut of Bloody Cuts head writer Joel Morgan, and stars Robin Berry in the role of enigmatic suspect ‘John’ and Ayden Callaghan as D.I. Collins, a detective with his own secrets to hide.
We hope you’re aware by now that Bloody Cuts episode seven goes by the name of Death Scenes and is coming very soon indeed. How soon? This Saturday. That soon. In the meantime, run your eyeballs over these files from Lynnsmouth CID (the police force featured in Death Scenes), which tie in to some tales from Bloody Cuts past…
Those who’ve been paying attention will know Joel Morgan as the eminent and esteemed head writer on the Bloody Cuts series. The man who put terrifying quill to dreadful parchment and summoned forth scripts for Stitches, Prey and Dead Man’s Lake. He’s scripted Death Scenes, the brand new Bloody Cut too, but the difference this time is that he was also calling the shots behind the camera. Here’s what he has to say about the experience. READ MORE
Salvo number seven of the Bloody Cuts horror assault, Death Scenes is a black-as-night noir centred on a battle of wills between Lynnsmouth murder cop Collins and suspected killer ‘John’. Tense as hell and bloodier still, you can watch Death Scenes on this very site from 10pm on Saturday 8 December.