I have to start off by saying that I was very impressed by this indy film, all the way around. A serial killer is tracked down by a woman who finds herself turned on by his well conceived acts of violence. She blackmails him into 'showing her the ropes' so she too can be a killer. Forced to give in, he agrees to teach her, but he can't keep up with her insatiable lust for killing. Somewhere in this madness, the two find that they have fallen in love with each other, but still find themselves at odds. She is out of control...he just wants out. This is a well written script with some groovy plot twists at the end. The effects are failry bloody, and even has an exploding baby. The acting is above par, and has cameo appearances by Sasha Graham (Addicted to Murder) and Tina Kraus (Evil Streets)... but the interaction between Sareena (Ariauna Albright) and Butch (James L. Edwards) is what kept this movie going strong. Bloodletting is full of horror and psychological overtones, and takes you deep into the world of sociopathic killers. Excellent work by writer, producer and director, Matthew Jason Walsh. A must see for all.