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Blood Oath (2007)

R | | Horror | Video 10 May 2011
A group of friends on a weekend camping trip decide to investigate a local urban legend. The trip will change their lives as they are forced into a fight for survival against a horrific monster.

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Cast overview:
Natalie Hart ...
Lisa
Roger Horn ...
Charlie
Jamie Reynolds ...
Kevin (as James Reynolds)
Katie Vaughan ...
Beverly
Patrick Holt ...
Krupp
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Janet
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Jennifer
Enrique Camacho ...
Marc
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Mr. Krupp
Angela Schmidt ...
Mrs. Krupp
Stephanie Vickers ...
Woman In the woods
Jamie Alford ...
Debbie
Sarah Bloodworth ...
Angel
Alex Kendall ...
Kate
Jessica Cardinale ...
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A group of friends on a weekend camping trip decide to investigate a local urban legend. The trip will change their lives as they are forced into a fight for survival against a horrific monster.

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monster | camping | troma | See All (3) »

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Last night she fought to stay alive, Today she'll wish she were dead. See more »

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Enrique Camacho flew down from New York so he could act in the movie. See more »

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"No squirrels were harmed in the making of this film. However, eco-systems were destroyed. Thank you for staying to watch the credits." See more »

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If that is the cabin, and it's real, what else is real?
1 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

I should have known this would be bad. It had Tiffany Sherpis and Tina Krause listed on the DVD cover, but when the opening credits rolled, it said special appearances. I suspected we may not see much of either and have to put up with the regular non actors.

This is director David Buchert's sophomore effort. I have no evidence anyone saw his first film, and I imagine very few have seen this by-the- book slasher-in-the-woods story. One this for sure, Buchert should be doing cinematography. There was some very interesting camera work here.

There was blood, of course, lots of it. And, screaming, lots and lots of screaming.

The best thing about this film is that the promised sequel didn't come.


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