Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh is a 2014 American horror feature film written, produced and directed by Jakob Bilinski (Volumes of Blood). The movie stars Bill Gobin, Jim Dougherty and Kayla Crance.
A man with a dark past returns to bury his niece Lexie. Dragging his troubled daughter Kendall, he simultaneously reunites with his estranged sister, Stella and reignites a past rivalry with the corrupt town sheriff.
Dominic begins digging around the town, and uncovers the town’s dark secrets, which include a mysterious cult, a supernatural curse, a masked killer, and a very high body count…
Reviews [may contain spoilers]:
“So often, a nearly 2 1/2 hour film feels like a filmmaker that can’t get enough of themselves. In this case, it feels like Bilinski knew exactly what he wanted from the film and he took his time making it all happen. For fans of indie cinema and certainly fans of culturally influenced giallo, it doesn’t get a whole lot better than that.” The Independent Critic
“Perhaps a little too ambitious trying to compact a endless frontier, Grand Theft Auto world story into over two hours, clocking in at 142 minute runtime, that feels every minute of it. There’s, perhaps, too much going on here with the potluck genres and plot twists…” It’s Bloggin Evil!
“Bilinski’s film is brutal and closer to low-budget exploitation thriller when Dominic or the killer are doing their work, and in those moments, it hits a bullseye. As a dramatic work, there are a lot of moments where limitations in budget come through a little too much, but that doesn’t keep it from being a fun film to watch.” Sonic Cinema
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Unearthed Films released the film on DVD on August 8, 2017, in a 2-disc special edition loaded with special features such as: Behind the Scenes, Deleted/Extended scenes, a Gag Reel, Music Videos, Short Films, and more.
Bill Gobin, Jim Dougherty, Kayla Crance, Angela Steele, Rosalind Rubin, Grant Niezgodski, Sidney Shripka, Kevin Roach, Alex Hahn, Joe Atkinson, Eric T. Schroeder, Mark Nash, Jim O’Rear, Sonny Burnette, Rusty James, Julie Pyle, and Scott Ganyo.
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