Playing with Dolls: Bloodlust – USA, 2016 – reviews

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Playing with Dolls: Bloodlust is a 2016 American slasher horror film directed by Rene Perez (The Obsidian Curse; The Burning Dead; The Dead the Damned and the Darkness). It is a sequel to Perez’ 2015 movie Playing with Dolls aka Metalface and this film was followed by a further sequel, Playing with Dolls: Havoc (2017).

The film has been launched in foreign territories, including Germany. In North America, it is available via platforms such as iTunes and Amazon in an unrated Ultra HD – 4K version.


Main cast:

Richard Tyson (The Obsidian Curse; Soul Lake; Hayride 2), Karin Brauns (The Obsidian Curse), Colin Bryant, Elonda Seawood, Marilyn Robrahn, Andrew Espinoza Long.


Official synopsis:

A group of aspiring actors are chosen for a reality horror TV show. In the show, they must survive being chased by a killer. The program is filmed with scores of tiny cameras, in a cabin and the surrounding forest.


What the contestants don’t know is that this murderer is a real killer and the television program is a ruse. Deep in an underground bunker, a psychotic voyeur watches as life and death play out for his amusement. The only prize, here, is survival…



Reviews [click links to read more]:

” …gives you an ending that makes you feel like the movie is either unfinished, or they just ran out of money. There’s not even a hastily tacked on ending like Raw Meat (a guilty pleasure of mine) — it just abruptly ends in the middle of the action. And that was unforgivable. Too bad, when watching Tyson in creep mode was icky fun.” Alan Dorich, Letterboxd

” …standard v.o.d. shitty 2010s slasher but the acting really took me to some kinda ecstatic bad movie nirvana […] also this literally ends in the middle of a scene!!” pd187, Letterboxd

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