When it comes to getting straight to the point, It Stains the Blood Red does everything right.
The Bar (AKA. El Bar) centres on a group of unrelated urbanites who are reluctantly bound together in a downtown bar as an unknown threat lurks on the outside. The once bustling city of Madrid unexpectedly becomes a desolate zone, confining the remaining survivors to their secluded space.
Way back at FrightFest last year From a House on Willow Street stood out to me as a fun action packed horror flick powered along by some excellent performances and effects and now almost a year later its finally getting a full release as it duly deserves.
When approaching a film like Eat Locals (AKA. First Blood) it is tonally reminiscent of modern ‘rural horror’ such as Dog Soldiers (2001), The Cottage (2008) and to a degree, The League of Gentlemen (1999-2002) and Hot Fuzz (2007); however, as it transpires the film is neither as warped or as engaging as the aforementioned […]