BLOOD HOUSE (2021) Review of British micro-budget horror

 

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Blood House is a 2021 British horror film about a group of colleagues who seek shelter in a ruined old farmhouse; little do they know, it may be their final destination ever.

Written, produced, directed by and starring Tony Manders (Dark Corners; Death Follows; actor in Onus; Wreck; The Mermaid’s Curse; The House on Elm Lake; Mother Krampus; Dogged; Foxtrap and others).

The Kerchak Film production also stars Gemma Harlow Dean, John Fisher, Matt Hemmings, Richard Wilde and Meg Owlett.

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Review:

Blood House runs an hour and fifty minutes, and there’s no excuse for it. Trimming the unneeded and/or repetitive dialogue alone would have cut half an hour off the running time […] Overlong and underdeveloped, Blood House is a prime example of how not to make a microbudget film. Manders needed to keep things short and the characters doing, not saying.” Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

Tony Manders … Farmer
Gemma Harlow Dean … Jade
Maria Hiscock … Sarah
Karen-Rose Manders … Rose Blood
Matt Hemmings … Harry
Lester Pearce … Father Geoffrey
Eleanor Manders … Young Alice
Shirley Dodson … Elizabeth Blood
Steve Keogh … Henchman
Meg Owlett … Alice
Richard Wilde … Josh
George Bowler … Henchman
Richard Sheppard … Shopkeeper
Alex Manders … William Blood
John Fisher … Ben
Glenn Brown … Henchman

Technical details:

110 minutes (!)

Trailer:

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