Blood Is Blood – Review

Review by Stephen Tronicek

Blood Is Blood will be available on Digital HD and VOD September 1st

A film is a group project. It’s a grueling process requiring a lot of people to build a piece of art from the ground up through cameras and actors. However, for a group project to truly work, every single player in that group must do their part. Blood is Blood is a perfect film to examine this concept because the contrast between the superior work and the mediocre is glaringly apparent.

The film follows Brie, a young woman attempting to deal with a traumatic event She’s also getting visions of murders and the event haunts her. The screenplay here, in terms of dialogue, is appropriately pulpy, but the story and plot are broken. The film’s focus on a character who is never really reliable is somewhat fresh as it becomes

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