Bliss

Bliss

Directed by Joe Begos

Struggling through a creative rut, hard-partying artist Dezzy Donahue can’t stop the bad streak. In an effort to combat her tough luck, Dezzy throws caution to the wind, indulges in heavy drugs and rages her nights away. Gradually, though, the party starts to end, and in its place, Dezzy finds herself thirsting for blood and suffering from terrifying visions. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.

A struggling artist finds herself thirsting for blood and suffering from terrifying visions.

Cast: Dora Madison, Jeremy Gardner, Tru Collins, Rhys Wakefield, Graham Skipper

Member Reviews

it was ok, the ending sucked though

KingOfDiamond
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1 day ago

Loved it. Suspect.

LabratRN
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4 days ago

Very gruesome and creative for a psychological horror film. While the bloody bits were a little cheesy the movie itself was pretty good.

TheDamned
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6 days ago

This is actually a movie in two parts. The second part makes a reasonably good, reluctant vampire film. The first part is a retro 1960’s piece of psychedelia. It’s a shame having to endure the first 50 minutes for the last 40 minutes.

B.A.Theatre
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5 days ago

Actually two movies here, the second half is a reluctant vampire film, but the first half is a retro 1960’s psychedelia. It’s a shame to sit through 50 minutes of boring film making, and the second half doesn’t overcome its late arrival.

B.A.Theatre
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5 days ago