BloodlettingAfter a woman witnesses one of her friends brutally murdered, she becomes fascinated with this serial killer and wants to learn the ways of killing.  For the next two years she tracks down this notorious serial killer until one day she finally finds him.  She has been in love with him ever since the night her friend died, and now she wants him to train her on how to kill people.

A family was brutally murdered.  The police are baffled as to who this killer is because of how brutal the murder was.  Of course, there is one woman in the crowd who knows how did this.  A guy named Butch was the serial killer who murdered this family, and the next morning Serena, the girl who witnessed her friend brutally murdered by Butch two years ago, has found his home.  She tells him how she witnessed him kill her friend and how it made her realize what she is meant to do in life.  She soon embarks on a murder spree with her new love interest as he trains her on the ways of killing people.

I had heard quite a bit about Bloodletting, so I decided to give this one a try.  Bloodletting is surprisingly a very good little indie gem.  It’s not the best movie I have seen, but it manages to entertain.  The script was very well written and very interesting.  The acting could have been a bit better, but for an independent flick, it wasn’t as bad as some that I have seen.  Ariauna Albright did a wonderful job with her role and was truly the stand-out of the film.  There was quite a bit of gore in this film, and some of it even reminded me of The Last House on the Left.  I especially liked the scene with the baby and a shotgun.  Overall, Bloodletting is a good flick to watch if you’re in the mood for a romantic splatter fest.  I give this movie an 8 out of 10.

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Posted on June 2, 2008

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