#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – BLOODLUST is a British horror film about a group of people put in serious danger when they are taken to a remote castle for a medical drugs trial.
Plot: A bus drives 5 young couples to an old castle in an unknown location. They have responded to an advert looking for people to take part in a 30-day medical trial. The company running the experiment, led by the co-ordinator, explains there will be no contact with the outside world. The group are free to leave at any time, but if they do, they will forfeit their fee: £20,000 per couple. Mysterious, unexplained events occur around the castle and strange noises are heard in the middle of the night. At first the group are skeptical – they think the company is creating the illusion of a “haunting” to test their reactions, until it is revealed there is something more sinister involved.
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Crap British horror
Bloodless is basically one of those horror movies that has a good premise but crap execution. The location is smart with a chilling and isolated castle. It’s got the usual premise of a group of young strangers forced to fight amongst themselves or work together to stay alive. This could have been made into something interesting but it wasn’t.
It has all the usual crap you see in British horror: boring, underdeveloped characters; lame villains; stupid choices; mediocre at best production values; and at the end you’ll say, “What kinda crap was that?”
Not worth watching, even if you just want something to help you fall asleep to. This would be a good movie to fall asleep to if it wasn’t for occasional screeching from the actresses.
Spoilers follow …
A group of young people agree to subject themselves to a 30-day medical trial in order to win themselves £10,000 each. Among them are Rachael, who hides her illness, sensible Sam, Julie who’s every gesture and expression is a tantrum waiting to happen, feisty Tracey and journo Amanda. Among the menfolk are cockney Steve, Scott, massive Martin, non-descript Dave. The trial is conducted not in the controlled environment of a hospital, but the vast rooms of an isolated castle.
This is a low-budget production written and directed by Richard Johnstone. The colour grading and cinematography are exceptional – very bleak and foreboding, but possessed of a kind of melancholic beauty at the same time. It wasn’t until I saw the extras that I realised how much post-production work went into managing the colours and textures of the visuals.
Where the lack of budget does have a detrimental effect, however, is reflected in some of the performances and lack of actual scares. An exception to that is the scene toward the end featuring one vampire character slowly succumbing to the effects of sunlight, which is terrific.
My favourite performances might well come from the evil-doers. The Co-ordinatior (Patrick Wilde), his secretary (Judith Alexander) and especially the little girl Jessica (Holly Newton) all exude a measured level of evil that becomes more blatant and bestial toward the end, when the true nature of the vampires is revealed.
Although ‘Vampires’ doesn’t quite gel together, it is quite clearly made with a lot of skill and love –some scenes (often the simplest) have a real sinister quality about them (Rachael being called to her undoing by a whispering child, for example).
Original Language en
Director Richard Johnstone
Writer Richard Johnstone
Actors Victoria Hopkins, Angela Zahra, Melissa Advani
Country United Kingdom
Awards 1 nomination
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Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red One Camera
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