Not really. The Bible simply says "Jesus was scourged" or "They scourged Him" and leaves it at that. But people who read the Bible at the time of its composition knew with horror what a Roman scourging meant. They didn't need the bloody details, they were all too well aware of it from having to live with the brutality of the times in their every day life.
Modern people, on the other hand, have no clue what a scourging with a Roman flagellum(a cat-o-nine tails with wood and glass on the end of it) entailed, and have no idea what Jesus had to suffer when that scourging occurred. It was a horror, and a filmmaker is finally using all the tools of his craft to show us what Our Lord had to endure in order to obtain our Redemption.
I won't be enjoying this film when I watch it, but I hope to be moved to greater love and appreciation of Christ because of it.
Isaiah 52;13-14 prophesies of Jesus saying "Behold my servant shal deal prudently; He shal be exalted and extoled and be very high. As many as were astonished at you, his appearence was marred more than any man, and his form more than the sons of men;
There are also prophesys saying all his bones were out of joint and that they looked and stared upon him. As Christians we were rarely told of what our sins did to the Lords body, but it was bloody.