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The Thing meets Get Out in this shocking tale reflecting racial and social tensions of our time. BLOOD CONSCIOUS centers on vacationers who turn the tables on a unhinged killer who claims to be fighting demonic forces. Kevin (Oghenero Gbaje, Beyonce’s Black Is King), his older sister, Brittney (DeShawn White, The Deuce), and her fiancé, Tony (Lenny Thomas, Tyler Perry’s Ruthless), set off to their parents’ lakeside cottage expecting a leisurely weekend getaway. But their holiday turns into a trip from hell as they enter a scene of mass murder, where their parents and neighbors all lie dead. Terror strikes when the armed killer (Nick Damici, Hap and Leonard) confronts them, claiming to be fighting demonic forces that have possessed them all. They pin him down and lock him up in the cellar, but soon he claims to not to be alone down there. As unexpected and traumatic events keep unfolding, Kevin, Brittney and Tony have to find a way to survive the night without turning on each other – or becoming possessed.

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    81 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    Florida Premiere
  • Director
    Timothy Covell
  • Screenwriter
    Timothy Covell
  • Cast
    Annette Adams-Brown, Jacklyn Collier, Nick Damici
  • Cinematographer
    Sung Rae Cho
  • Editor
    Timothy Covell
  • Music
    Sam Tyndall, Akari Uchiyama