Bloody Beach (2015 film)

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Film

Bloody Beach is a 2015 slasher film. It is directed by Colin Cerveza and is about a high school graduating class getting killed off one-by-one by a masked killer. The opening scene of the film is stolen from the Australian fake PSA Set Yourself Free, but dubbed over by different actors and with different music.[1]

Plot

The film starts by showing George (Ben Dover), Marie (Shelly Ryan), Tommy (Jason Valentine) and Gillian (Mona Cornetto) heading to the beach for a day of fun. However, Marie steps on a landmine and is killed, and Tommy suffers the same fate. George is also killed while trying to escape, leaving Gillian screaming and alone on the beach. A person in a mask (Garrett Ruby) is then seen watching her. Several weeks later, the graduating class of a local high school, consisting of 29 teens, heads to the same beach to celebrate. After they arrive, the masked person is seen setting up another landmine near their cars. Larry (Charles Bennett) and Deanna (Jackie Zebra) sneak off to have sex and the masked person kills them with an axe. He also axes Leaf (Austin Ryan) in the head while he is urinating and strangles Summer (Vela Lakshmi) with her own bikini top when she goes to change.

Four of the teens return to their cars to grab their stuff, and investigate a strange-looking bag. Suddenly, the killer shoots both Sam (Jake Case) and Gary (Craig Jewel) dead with a crossbow. The other two try to run, and the killer fires an arrow into Vincent's (Anthony Van) back, but fails to hit Joyce (Sarah Miller), so he pulls out a gun and shoots her dead. Meanwhile, the remaining teens split up into three groups for a fire building competition. The killer shoots up one of the groups, killing Johnny (Dylan Vane), Mike (Kenneth Granger), David (Timothy Simmons) and Wendy (Colleen Brady), and badly injuring Karen (Jessica Marvin). He then stabs Ernie (Samuel Stanley) in the head with a skewer and beats Chloe (Amanda Frederick) to death with a log when she tries to run before roasting Karen alive on the fireplace.

The second group manages to build a fire, so Bob (Donny Barker), Grant (Lyle Copper), Dane (Josh Stanny) and Hal (Luke Pastrami) go hunting for meat in the woods. Hal kills a deer, but the killer murders him by throwing him onto the deer's antlers, shoots Dane with his own gun, crushes Grant's head between two rocks and guts Bob. He then lures Hannah (Gianna Ply) into the woods dressed as Grant and has sex with her before stabbing her in the neck as he climaxes. He then does the same to Dana (Gina Raymond) and Grace (Sadie Lyre), dressing up as their boyfriends to lure them into the woods and having sex with them. He stabs Dana between her breasts, but Grace sees Dana's body and tries to run, so he chases her down and throws her into a Punji spike trap.

The killer then dresses as Bob and approaches the third group's camp; they are amused at first, but then he shoots Tyler (Ty Shane) in the head, killing him and scattering the group. Heather (Carla Rice) witnesses the killer strangling Ryan (Danny Gregory) into unconsciousness and runs off. She runs into Jeremy (Zeke Flowers), who promises to protect her, but the killer knocks them both out. Meanwhile, Ginger (Lilly Harmon), Alan (Dylan Vorda) and Susie (Izzie Cameron) make it back to the parking lot, but the killer runs over Ginger and Alan. He then chases Susie through the woods before slamming her head into a tree after she finds Grace's body.

The four remaining students awaken on the same beach from the beginning of the film. Susie pushes aside the others to run away, but steps on a landmine. First Ryan and then Jeremy are both killed by landmines as well. Heather manages to escape the beach and enter the woods, where she is attacked and chased by the now machete-wielding killer. Heather reaches the parking lot and hides behind a tree, bludgeoning the killer with a large rock when he arrives. She attempts to bash his skull in, but the rock breaks, so she repeatedly hacks at him with his machete. Heather, while walking to her car, remarks that the killer's reign of terror is over. However, she steps on the landmine that the killer had set earlier in the film and dies.

The credits are interrupted by a scene of two teenagers (Jerry Lawson and Joy Reed) having sex on a beach when the boy accidentally triggers another landmine with his arm. The screen then cuts to black and the sound of detonating is heard, followed by the girl screaming, before the credits resume.

Cast

  • Carla Rice as Heather
  • Garrett Ruby as The Killer
  • Zeke Flowers as Jeremy
  • Danny Gregory as Ryan
  • Izzie Cameron as Susie
  • Lilly Harmon as Ginger
  • Dylan Vorda as Alan
  • Ty Shane as Tyler
  • Sadie Lyre as Grace
  • Gina Raymond as Dana
  • Gianna Ply as Hannah
  • Donny Barker as Bob
  • Lyle Copper as Grant
  • Josh Stanny as Dane
  • Luke Pastrami as Hal
  • Jessica Marvin as Karen
  • Amanda Frederick as Chloe
  • Samuel Stanley as Ernie
  • Colleen Brady as Wendy
  • Timothy Simmons as David
  • Kenneth Granger as Mike
  • Dylan Vane as Johnny
  • Sarah Miller as Joyce
  • Anthony Van as Vincent
  • Craig Jewel as Gary
  • Jake Case as Sam
  • Vela Lakshmi as Summer
  • Austin Ryan as Leaf
  • Jackie Zebra as Deanna
  • Charles Bennett as Larry
  • Mona Cornetto as Gillian
  • Ben Dover as George
  • Jason Valentine as Tommy
  • Shelly Ryan as Marie
  • Jerry Lawson as Boy Having Sex
  • Joy Reed as Girl Having Sex

Release

Template:Expand section Cerveza uploaded the full movie to YouTube, but he ended up making the video private. It is unknown why he took it down or if the film can be found anywhere else.[1]

Reception

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