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Film Review: Death Scenes (short film) (2012)


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.


Lynnsmouth Police Station , Norfolk…a man whom is named by the detective D.I. Collines questioning him as John, is found wandering in the halls of the station. Refusing to give his name and address, the questioning begins which details a series of violent deaths that the detective in fact has known about. A woman, Janet Grey has her heart cut out, while another by the name of Reggie is beheaded. This continues as photos are placed in front of him and the crimes are dictated back to “John”. John, as it appears is suspected of being a serial killer.

Joel Morgan directs this 7 minute short film which relishes in its knack for misdirection. While I can’t reveal the outcome, it is definitely worth a watch just for its professional presentation alone. A great little horror story that offers some tension and thrills. “Death Scenes” is noted as the follow-up to the 6th film “Dead Man’s Lake”


The film arrives under Bloody Cuts Films and can be viewed at: http://www.bloodycuts.co.uk/

Bloody Cuts Films is currently prepping to start production on their 8th film titled “Don’t Move” of which you can access their kick starter here

Death Scenes (short film) (2012)

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