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COLD BLOOD – Steve Looker

Written by Tony Northrup

A young woman is passed out in a garage. After coming to, she sees a dead body on the floor near her. Scared, alone and trapped she tries to find a way out. She is suddenly aware that “someone” is being tortured next door. With the sounds of chainsaws and power tools of some kind, she realizes she MUST escape before she too is a victim of this unknown killer too.

Desperate to escape, she franticly looks around for anything that’ll help her. After finding a phone, she tries desperately to plug into the jack on the wall, but it is to hard to reach and fails at that. The woman must find a way of escape before it’s too late. Suddenly, the unknown killer enters the garage. She tries to hide before he finds her. Suddenly, an unknown man comes up behind the killer and tries to save her, but the killer is much stronger …

The killer leaves (or appears to), and the woman thankfully finds another phone. Just as she tries to dial, the killer knocks her out. Sitting on top of her, he becomes “turned on” by his actions. She awakens just in time to knock him on the head. She doesn’t stop there, the killer get’s more then he bargained for.

I know I might’ve said too much in this review, but this  is one of the worst short films I’ve seen! It’s boring, predictable, and not even scary. It has one of the worst masks for a serial killer in a horror film, he uses a “box cutter” of all things, and it’s clealy a Michael Myers wanta-be. Don’t waste your time on this film.

RATE: 1/10

Written and Directed by Steve Looker
Music by Philip Curran
Actors Chris Green, Alison Bell
Produced by Reel Vision Films
UK, 2007

Posted in Cinema and Film and Horror and Indie by Tony Northrup on December 9th, 2011 at %I:%M %p.

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