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Brotherhood of Blood (2007)

Claustrophobic thriller about a team of vampire hunters who infiltrate a nest of undead to rescue one of their own.
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Keaton
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Stanis
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Pashek
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Tom Clayton (as Will Snow)
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Fork
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Derek
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Jill
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Paul Cramer
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Sid
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Grant
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Carla
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Chris Clayton
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Torrek
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Stregoi
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Claustrophobic thriller about a team of vampire hunters who infiltrate a nest of undead to rescue one of their own.

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for bloody violence and language | See all certifications »
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14 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Hermandad de Sangre  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Director Sam Raimi selected "Brotherhood of Blood" as one of the first movies for his new label Ghosthouse Underground at Lionsgate. See more »

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Low budget but interesting
15 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Subtlety is a very important thing in any good horror movie. Not only does subtlety reduce the ridiculous amount of "in-your-face-quality" that today's horror movies seem to love, which effectively makes then just plain old action movies, subtlety shows that a film has respect for its audience. It doesn't feel like it has to explain everything at every step of the way since it knows that an interested audience will be on the lookout for hints as to what is going on. That's what makes films like this enjoyable. In fact, that what makes any film enjoyable. It isn't just a barrage of images, but rather an engaging sequence of them. This sequence can be unchronologically organized or in any number of ways obscured to create suspense, but as long as it is engaging, the audience will be happy. There are numerous hints as to what is really going on and the final climatic twist is really a good one.


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