Watch Fake Blood
- 1 hr 21 min
Fake Blood is a 2017 horror/mystery film directed by Rob Grant and starring Chelsey Reist, Mike Kovac, and Bradley Duffy. The film follows the journey of two friends, Rob Grant and Mike Kovac, who are struggling filmmakers trying to make a documentary on violence in horror films. The movie begins with these two friends sitting in a coffee shop discussing horror movies and how violence in horror movies can affect people. They argue that violence in horror movies can inspire violent behavior in people in real life. They plan to make a documentary on this subject, but they soon realize that their project will not have the impact they want it to unless they can show real violence. They decide to make a fake snuff film to use in their documentary to make it more shocking and to prove their point. They create a fake murder scene and include fake blood and gore, and they film the whole thing. However, after they release the documentary, they receive a disturbing message from someone who tells them that what they did was not fake. The two friends become obsessed with figuring out who sent them the message, and they start to investigate. As they dig deeper, they begin to question their own sanity, and they start to fear for their own lives. They soon realize that their own obsession with violence has led them down a dangerous path, and they must find a way to escape it before it's too late. Throughout the movie, the audience is constantly questioning what is real and what is fake. The line between reality and fantasy becomes increasingly blurred, and the audience is left wondering if the friends are actually in danger or if it's just their own paranoia. The film is presented as a found-footage documentary, with the audience watching the footage that the two friends have filmed throughout their investigation. The shaky camerawork and grainy footage add to the overall sense of unease and discomfort that permeates the movie. Chelsey Reist delivers an impressive performance as Rob's girlfriend, who becomes increasingly concerned for his safety as he becomes more and more obsessed with the investigation. Mike Kovac and Bradley Duffy also do a great job playing the two friends who are trying to understand what is happening to them. Overall, Fake Blood is a thought-provoking and disturbing film that examines society's obsession with violence in a unique and provocative way. The movie forces the audience to question their own beliefs about violence in media and the impact it has on people in real life. With strong performances from its cast and a unique presentation style, Fake Blood is a standout film that is sure to leave a lasting impression.