STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — What a bloody mess.

“Saturday Night time Live” star and present-day Hollywood warm man Pete Davidson was noticed just lately included head to toe in blood.

Do not fret, it’s for a job.

Davidson is in the center of taking pictures, “The Property,” which was composed by “The Purge” mastermind and fellow Staten Islander James DeMonaco. It follows Davidson’s character, Max, who can take a gig at a retirement home, exactly where he finds out the caretakers and inhabitants have scary and sinister insider secrets.

He was spotted in New Jersey having a smoke break though on set, and appeared pretty relaxed in the horror flick’s placing, according to pics acquired by The Each day Mail.

It is just 1 of a number of assignments Davidson is concerned in. His most recent film, “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies,” amazed audiences at the annual SXSW Film Pageant, where by it manufactured its environment premiere Monday as 1 of the event’s headliners.

If you couldn’t inform by the title by yourself, “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies,” is touted as a slasher comedy of sorts.

That film has gotten pretty first rate opinions, with Variety declaring it “has a rapid and witty aggro tone” and “blade-sharp” dialogue, and The Hollywood Reporter calling it “believably frightening.”

Indie Wire goes as much as to connect with Davidson a “scene-stealer.”

The film’s distributor, A24, has nevertheless to established an official release day for “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” but relaxation confident the moment we find out, we’ll enable you know.

Who knows, perhaps Davidson will purchase out a hometown theater for a night to display this film on Staten Island, a la “The Suicide Squad”?

As for what is future for this “Saturday Night time Live” participant: On Monday, it was announced that Davidson is headed to room on March 23 by using Amazon honcho Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin spaceflight business.

Term on the road is he’s getting his individual Lorne Michaels’-helmed Television present, finding up and/or filming a number of projects — and, of program, he’s component of the group that purchased the decommissioned John F. Kennedy Staten Island Ferry boat to flip it into a live enjoyment house.