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Blood Trails (2006)

R | | Horror, Thriller | 2006 (USA)
Bike messenger Anne never imagined the horrific events that would unfold after her one-night-stand with stranger Chris.



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Complete credited cast:
Rebecca Palmer ...
Tom Frederic ...
Ranger (as J.J. Straub)
Kurt Rauscher ...
Forest Worker 1
Johann Daiminger ...
Forest Worker 2
Policeman 1
Maximilian Boxrucker ...
Policeman 2


Anne is an avid bicycle enthusiast. She has a one night stand with a fellow biker, Chris, who is also apparently a cop. He gets rough with her and the memory haunts her. Three days later her boyfriend, Micheal, and her go into the Whistler range of mountains for a biking trip. Chris shows up, stalking and frightening them as they make their way further into the dangerous mountain range. Micheal is killed and Anne spends her time trying to survive, while witnessing the demise of several other innocent "bystanders" in the process. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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"You can't outride death."


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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2006 (USA)  »

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(2.0)| (5.1)


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2.35 : 1
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Anne's face is half covered with blood before plunging into the river. She emerges from the river and her face is mostly clear of blood. In the very next scene as she carries her bike through the woods, her face is again half covered with blood. In the next cut, it's mostly clear again. See more »

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Stylish and Suspenseful
14 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really can't agree with a lot of the comments. Blood Trails is a great looking indie horror-thriller with an unique relationship between stalker and victim. Of course it's not always logical, but really most of the survival horror movie have to suspend the viewers disbelief. Blood Trails does this, too. So what? More importantly, it works very well on a metaphorical level. Especially in the great and unsettling conclusion that reveals a lot about the strange relationship of the movie's villain and protagonist! The last 20 minutes are really intense! The visuals are stunning. The mountains nearly become a character of their own. Obviously the movie evokes a "love it or hate it" reaction. Well, I loved it! Go see it and make up your own mind. Or else you miss an original indie gem.

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