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‘Bloodstone: Subspecies 2′ Blu-ray Review

11 April 2013 2:18 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Bloodstone: Subspecies 2

Stars: Anders Hove, Denice Duff, Kevin Spirtas, Melanie Shatner, Michael Denish, Pamela Gordon, Ion Haiduc | Written and Directed by Ted Nicolaou

The centuries-old conflict that has plagued the villages of Transylvania explodes into bloodshed. The mad vampire Radu (Hove) becomes obsessed with Michelle (Duff), who loves his half-mortal brother Stefan. In his quest to possess Michelle and the sacred relic, the Bloodstone, Radu destroys Stefan as he sleeps. Michelle steals the Bloodstone and escapes from Radu’s castle. She finds a lair beneath a theatre in Bucharest and stalks the streets in torment, torn between her fading humanity and her growing thirst for blood. Radu, desperate to regain the Bloodstone, seeks help from his monstrous mother, the ageless sorceress Mummy, who demands the he destroy Michelle before she destroys him…

Released two years after the original film this time round Anders Hove’s experience as the character see »

- Phil Wheat

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Bloodstone: Subspecies 2 Blu-ray Review

17 March 2013 6:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Ted Nicolaou

Starring: Anders Hove, Denice Duff, Kevin Spirtas, Melanie Shatner, Michael Denish, Pamela Gordon, Ion Haiduc

Running Time: 83 Minutes

Certificate: 18

Released along with its predecessor Bloodstone: Subspecies 2 is a sequel worth jumping straight into. Kicking off where Subspecies left off, we see the vampire Radu (Hove) being reassembled by his little red minions. Radu awakes and slaughters his sleeping brother, but is chased away by the encroaching sunlight before he can kill his brothers’ mate Michelle (Duff) and before he can take the Bloodstone. What follows is a chase through the streets of Bucharest.

Denice Duff takes over the role of Michelle from Laura Mae Tate, but it isn’t one of those cast changes that some may find particularly jarring. The biggest shock is just how long Michelle’s hair has grown. Duff gives a more innocent and vulnerable performance, but is also able to hold a sultry and seduction presence. »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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