Bloody Ballet is definitely a horror film with a rich pallet. Paying homage to Italian giallo films such as Argento’s Suspiria while still retaining its own voice, it is a film with purpose and a vibrant spectacle of violence and madness. We were able to catch up with Bloody Ballet director Brett Mullen to talk about the film, working with both Debbie Rochon and Caroline Williams and what ultimately he looks for as a director. Grab a glass of that discount cab from the gas station, put on your best Goblins vinyl and kick back.
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