Blood Redd (2017)

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Mortimer Clark, a forensic pathologist finds himself autopsying yet another teenage girl's body ravaged and torn by a large canine. The girls all have been slain on the full moon. A ... See full summary »


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Brad Palmer

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Brad Palmer

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26 January 2016 | bunnyrunusa
7
| No Budget But Enjoyable Film
This is not a big Hollywood production with all of the shiny bells and whistles. It's a no budget, horror flick complete with crappy picture quality. It does, however, have a rather original and interesting story line, which is not common in Hollywood big budgets these days. If you are into the old B horror films like "The Blob" you may get a kick out of this, but if you are looking for a Star Wars type you will be sorely disappointed. I actually thought the acting was quite good for a B horror flick, especially the lead actress, Stephanie Hullar, who plays Lauren Redd. A no/low budget film makes it hard for an actor to look good, but she pulls it off. It has some nice special effects for a low budget. It also has an interesting twist on the idea of werewolves. I think it's a great film for those who are into the old horror films. It's the kind I would expect to see on the old Friday Fright Night shows.

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