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Bloody Ballet (2018)

Posted: November 15, 2018 in Uncategorized

Hey, guys and gals. Some time back I wrote a piece on a film called Bombshell Bloodbath and director Brett Mullen. I said back then to keep your eyes on him for a reason.

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Director: Brett Mullen
Cast: Kendra Carelli, Debbie Rochon, Brett Wagner
Production Company: Red Nebula
Runtime: 84 minutes

Ah, classical ballet. It’s a dance form steeped in heritage, culture, and blood. At least, that’s my kind of ballet! Director Brett Mullen brings us a rare treat relating to the most beautiful of performance arts with his latest film, Bloody Ballet (2018).

In the movie, Adriana (Kendra Carelli) is a talented ballerina who receives the coveted lead role in an upcoming dance performance. For some reason, a masked psychopath has targeted the women involved in the show, murdering them in gruesome ways…

Formerly known as Fantasma, Bloody Ballet is a neo-giallo in the grand style of Suspiria (1977) and Torso (1973). The film’s cinematography, lighting, effects, and music are all executed in a strikingly artistic manner. This movie is eye candy for horror fans…


The movie is written by Brett Mullen…

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