Devin Reviews Patricia Chica's "Bloody Burlesque"

Good evening boils and ghouls! Tonight I review a glamorously gruesome  short titled “Bloody Burlesque”.

Bloody Burlesque is a Canadian production that was written-directed by award-winning filmmaker Patricia Chica. It was produced by Michelle Romano ofRoman Media and Chica’s Flirt Films; Executive producer London Scott ofExtensions by London; Co-Executive Producer Morris Umali; Associate producers Lily Spencer and Tina Nguyen; Cinematographer Rachel Dunn; First AD Peter Ghabi; Special Effects Makeup by Ivan Sharudo. Makeup by Amira Aranda, Kimberly Shawn Geir, and Steven Royster. Props by Miranda Austin. Latex corset designer Brigitte More. Sound recording by Camille Fadl. Location Manager Jonathan Weichsel. Editing by Patricia Chica and Christopher Alexander. Original score by Kamal John Iskander and David Deïas. StarringTonya Kay, Tiffany Shepis, Carl Crew, Lily Spencer, Michelle Romano,Hinton Harrison, and Frank Califano

-Synopsis-

A primal and sensual dance is performed by a burlesque artist on stage to the delight of a blood thirsty audience, who watch in awe as she makes a splash to cure her ills.

I was sucked in pretty much instantly being a guy and this being a short about a burlesque show and a bloody one at that. This was right up my alley considering I can really appreciate a great gore flick! Plus babes! I really enjoyed how the audience was completely enthralled in what they were watching and wanted more. The music set a unsettling yet slightly sexy vibe throughout the film which went absolutely perfectly. The cinematography and production quality was really great as well! The finally was excellent! Gore galore! The only thing that I did not like was that it was not longer.

Story/Concept: 2
Direction/Style: 2
Scares:1
Atmosphere: 2
Rewatchability: 2
TOTAL: 9/10

Closing my review I want to say I will definitely be looking into more work by Patricia Chica.

Signing off this is Devin! Stay creepy my fiends, lurkers and night stalkers!