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Life Blood (2009)

R | | Horror | Video 27 April 2010
New Year's Eve, 1969: While driving on the Pearblossom Highway, a lesbian couple encounters the creator of the universe. Laid to rest for 40 years, the women wake up on New Year's Day as reborn creatures.

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Brooke Anchel
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Rhea Cohen
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Warren James
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Dan Griggs
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Deputy Felix Shoe
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Sherrif Tillman
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God / Waitress
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Steve
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Patricia (as Gina Gallegos)
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Lizzy
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Officer Cook
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Tim (as Stephen Monroe-Taylor)
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Jenny
Mark Hodos ...
Bill
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New Year's Eve, 1969: While driving on the Pearblossom Highway, a lesbian couple encounters the creator of the universe. Laid to rest for 40 years, the women wake up on New Year's Day as reborn creatures.

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They are not your average creatures of the night.

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Rated R for violence, sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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27 April 2010 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The opening credits state that it is "News Years Eve 1969" when later, a television show claims the year being "...1968...". See more »

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Rhea: [to Lizzy at diner] Honey, we're all God's creatures. You see, there came a time when the world became so evil that God made it rain for forty days and forty nights, killing all those who were corrupt. And so it came to be that only two of each creature were left. She started over. And to keep control of the evil that exists here on Earth, she created angels in her image to do her work. We serve the highest purpose. It is up to us to rid the world of these people.
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Auld Lang Syne
Written by Robert Burns
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Five stars just for an original plot.
8 November 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This film is an example of how independent film is unafraid to take an original and interesting plot and put it to use.

Notice, I never said, good use? Well that's because here it wasn't put to good use.

Rhea and Brooke are two lesbians on their way, somewhere which is never explained, after an incident at a swinging sixties new years eve party. The incident is committed by Brooke and is something that leaves Rhea on a heightened edge of panic. The lord comes down to Rhea and informs her she is a chosen one, an angel, sent to protect the world from true evil, by killing to survive.

There is the original plot. And the film gets dumber and dumber after that. The plot is weakened to the point of nonexistance as the film progresses with the murders on screen unimpressive and bland.

There is nothing to keep the viewer guessing or on the edge of their seat as the ending is so obvious from the second they transform that you could beat someone over the head with it.

The worst part is you couldn't care less what happens to either character. Despite Anya and Sophie's mediocre performances the film still stalls at boring and a snoozefest to those watching.

I would not recommend watching this film unless you are a fan of any of the actor's involved as it is a very horrible film. I also know fans of actors are willing to sit through much worse to see their favorite stars on screen. This is one of those films! Very disappointing film.


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