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Summer's Moon (2009)

Summer's Blood (original title)
A family of serial killers stalk a young woman out to find the father she's never known.

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The rebellious teenager, Summer Matthews, finds out her mother's secret - her unknown father is alive - and she decides to seek him out. She hitchhikes to a small village called Massey with an old picture of her father, expecting that someone might identify him. When she arrives in the community, she shoplifts from a store but the local sheriff sees her and chases her. However Tom Hoxey helps her to flee and they go out on date that night. Tom takes her home where he lives with his mother, Gaia, and they have one night stand. The next morning, just as Summer is ready to go, she finds out that Tom is not quite the perfect gentleman. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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There's no place like home. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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

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Gant Hoxey: I don't know if you have been paying attention, but our family just got a whole lot smaller.
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could have been so much better
19 June 2011 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

How weird it can go, I had never heard of Stephen McHattie before. But a few weeks ago I popped into "pontypool" and now I see him playing again in this flick, and he did well and believable again. But I must say that Ashley Greene best known for the Twilight saga did well too. And by hereby the best is said of this flick. The acting is well but it's all so low on gore or the red stuff. I guess that Lee Demarbre (the director) did better with the black comedy "smash cut" then with this here. It could have been so much messier but sadly, most of the killings are off-screen. I even saw the steady-cam reflecting in a car. Just a flick to watch and unfortunately to forget.


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