Fulfilling a deadly curse, Jacob Bradford rises from his grave after more than a hundred years and exacts bloody revenge against the descendants of the men who murdered him. Even after ... See full summary »
Fulfilling a deadly curse, Jacob Bradford rises from his grave after more than a hundred years and exacts bloody revenge against the descendants of the men who murdered him. Even after several shocking murders are discovered in this small college town, the locals who know of the curse dismiss it, including the Chief of police, Brad McCormack. Tensions build as Bruce Fields, father of a cursed family, objects strongly to his son's relationship with Jenny Bradford, Jacob's great, great granddaughter. Ignoring his father's warnings, Matt Fields pursues his love for Jenny. As their intimacy grows, Matt is intrigued by a birthmark on Jenny's shoulder not knowing that it represents a powerful link to the killer who preys upon the town. As the murders become more gruesome, both at the college and across town, Chief McCormack and Janet Moore, a metro forensics officer sent to assist him, scramble to make sense of their evidence; hundred year old weapons, soft porn sites, unexplained fires and... Written by
Steven Charles Castle and Richard J. Lucas
For a minute I swore Blood Descendants was another Barnholtz Entertainment POS. I was wrong. This poorly done mess comes from writer/director Steven Charles Castle courtesy of Maverick Entertianment Group. It seems like nobody cares about making good movies along as the DVD cover is well done. Sorry state of affairs for movies.
I wonder if companies like Maverick Entertainment Group even bother to watch their own movies. It would seem they are too busy creating DVD covers to care. This story is about a deadly curse. The only curse is the one the unfortunate viewer of this movie gets. It ranked a 2 because the look and sound were good for a B grade movie. Other than that it was a POS story with bad directing and acting.
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