What we have here is what I like to call a "null-point film". Now typically when you go out to watch a film, or head to the store to rent one, you have something in mind for what you would like to see. If you rent a drama, you are probably looking for good acting mixed with touching real life scenarios. If you are looking for horror, you are probably hoping to see scary monsters and frightening circumstances.
If you decide to watch ANY sort of movie in the horror genre with the word "blood" in the title, you are most likely expecting to see some gore.
Surprisingly, this movie offers non of that. This is why I call it a null-point film. Everything I was expecting to see didn't happen. Oh sure lots of people died.. and each one of them died completely off-screen, with the killing blow happening off-camera. You hear bloody ripping noises and screaming, but see nothing. The special effects were limited entirely to red contact lenses and fake blood with something mixed in to look like intestines.
I am normally a proponent of not overdoing your special effects. The rampant CGI in movies today is annoying at best and it's always good to see amateur film artists looking to avoid that sort of thing. However, in this film the creators got excessively conservative.
Why would you make a slasher film with no slashing in it? Because honestly the plot, acting and atmosphere add next to nothing to the movie; slashing was really all that was left. It was the point, and for some reason it was avoided almost entirely.
Hence, a non-movie.