While on holidays in Romania with his girlfriend Livia, Alexandre is hit by a car. He is rushed to the hospital where he has to undergo a blood transfusion. On his return home he seems to ... See full summary »

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Livia
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While on holidays in Romania with his girlfriend Livia, Alexandre is hit by a car. He is rushed to the hospital where he has to undergo a blood transfusion. On his return home he seems to suffer from a strange disease, convinced that contaminated blood runs through his veins. After all isn't Romania the land of legendary bloodsuckers? Livia faces Alexandre's increasingly strange behavior and tries to save their relationship at risk. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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Drama | Horror | Romance

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16 October 2013 (USA)  »

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Dreckiges Blut - Die Transfusion des Bösen  »

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The Romanians again
16 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

If you take anything from this movie, than not to travel to Romania. Just kidding of course. Though the location and some unsafe "enviromental" issues are a big thing here, this is just a movie. Based in fantasy and tale telling. The effects (especially the gore/blood) is pretty decent to say the least.

The story flows along nicely (like the blood, although the latter is also squirting a lot) and the acting is decent enough for a low budget horror movie like this. The action/stunt scenes are good enough, again by the standards you can apply to a movie like this. So overall this is watchable, if you like low budget. One thing you should avoid, especially in Germany, is the dubbed version of this ... there's more emotion coming from any facial expression Steven Seagal is giving us, than from any voice which was used to dub this


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