Bite Film Analysis

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[tabby title="Bite"] Body horror films are a type of flicks that do their hardest to gross you out, be it through teleportation mishaps (The Fly), to sex with a man who has sex with dead people (Contraction). Bite is a body horror film that succeeds at grossing out the viewer, providing plenty of outstanding practical effects. The film is not bad, but it is restrictive in with the plot, keeping the main character and story confined to one set (an apartment), with only a few people involved. Bite is a low-budget Canadian horror film being released in limited theaters, On Demand and Digital on May 6th from Scream Factory. As for the film itself, it 's not going to impress everyone, but I think if you give it a chance, you 'll come out liking…show more content…
The movie opens with the dreaded found footage style of lazy man filmmaking. I groaned loudly when I saw this, but thankfully after the opening scene of the movie, it switches to the normal style of shooting (aka, the non-lazy way). Bite follows Casey (Elma Begovic) as she gets bit on the ass by a mysterious bug, whilst on her bachelorette trip to the tropics. When she returns home, she notices the bite is getting worse. As with all other body horror films, Casey decides to stupidly shrug it off and not go to the doctor. As the days go on, she starts getting worse and worse, eventually - and arguably the best scenes in the film - regurgitating pearly looking eggs aplenty. Bite is a fairly simple film, with only a few people and very limited set pieces. Obviously, this is due to the scale of the budget, but it does hurt the film some. Some viewers are going to feel cheated when they realize not much is actually going to happen. There are a total of around five characters in the film and not much character development is done on them, even Elma Begovic 's character is paper thin for the most part. Also, don 't expect the movie to explain what bit her and why this is all happening. However, if what you are craving is some gnarly gross-out scenes, you 'll be very happy with Bite. It seems most of the budget was spent on the practical effects and they all work quite
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