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Dry Blood

USA 2016
produced by
Kelton Jones, Suzan Jones, Graham Sheldon, Clint Carney (executive), Eric Tuennecke (executive) for Bloody Knuckles Entertainment
directed by Kelton Jones
starring Clint Carney, Jaymie Valentine, Kelton Jones, Robert V. Galluzzo, Rin Ehlers, Graham Sheldon, Macy Johnson, Savea Kagan (voice)
written by Clint Carney, music by System Syn, special makeup effects by Chad Engel, Sioux Sinclair

review by
Mike Haberfelner

For his umpteenth attempt to go clean, Brian (Clint Carney) goes to a cabin he owns in the mountains, figuring being away from the city (and its many opportunities to score stuff) might just help his sobriety. At first though it's almost impossible to deal with the withdrawal syndromes, and the fact that a local cop (Kelton Jones) is a bit too "friendly" - and much too nosey - doesn't help at all ... especially when Brian starts suspecting the cop of doing a little mindfuck with him. The arrival of Brian's best friend Anna brings relief - she's a really compassionate woman who'd go through hell for Brian, but she also takes no shit from him and forces him to stay clean no matter what. Thing is, Brian starts to "see things", like a walking corpse, men with deer head and the like, and eventually they find out that's not because of drugs and alcohol, Brian has seen things even before he was doing any. But problems arise when Brian falls more and more in love with Anna, and she has more and more problems pushing her away ... and then one day, he finds her dead, murdered - but he can't really be sure of it as her body seems to pop up in different places, and sometimes not quite dead even. This though is when the local cop gets really nosey, and Brian's ex-wife (Rin Ehlers), who co-owns the cabin with him, and her new boyfriend (Graham Sheldon) pop up as well - no big surprise then that things turn ugly ...


Dry Blood is an enjoyable mindfuck of a movie, as it really plays with the perception of the audience in regards to what's real what's illusion just like the lead character is never really able to tell, and time and again it neglects the rules of linear storytelling just to confuse the viewer - in a rather clever sort of way. And what really works in favour of this approach to storytelling is that the film refuses to give a proper explanation to the last, keeping one guessing even after it's over. This all is achieved by clever storytelling, a directorial effort that not necessarily gives in to the lure of spectacle (though there are many outlandish moments in Dry Blood), and some really strong performances.

Well worth a look!


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