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Blood Relic (2005)

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A group of college kids hired to help open an aviation museum on a closed U.S. military airbase accidentally unearth an ancient artifact which unleashes an evil spirit whom possesses them one by one making the host kill off the rest.

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Matthew M. Howe (story and screenplay) (as Matthew Howe), J. Christian Ingvordsen (story)
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Cast overview:
Billy Drago ... Harry
Joshua Park Joshua Park ... Dan
Jennifer Lauren Grant Jennifer Lauren Grant ... Terri Jablonski
Debbie Rochon ... Corey
Kelly Ray Kelly Ray ... Rachel
Jon Christian Jon Christian ... Hank (as John Christian)
Caitlin Sabins Caitlin Sabins ... Alison
Meyer DeLeeuw ... Mark
Jesse Steccato ... Max
Melanie Rademaker Melanie Rademaker ... Pam
Lawrence Starr Lawrence Starr ... Walt
Michael Fedele Michael Fedele ... Mechanic
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In 1983, the aviator Hank kills three soldiers in a military airbase while wearing a voodoo talisman that he found in a mission in Granada. He hides the object in an electrical box and twenty-two years later, he is released from the asylum where he had been institutionalized, after being considered mentally sane again. Meanwhile, the former base is transformed in an aviation museum owned by the idealistic Harry, who is facing financial difficulties to keep the establishment working and problems with his partner and brother. When one of the workers finds the weird hidden artifact, she gives it to Harry. In the end of the working day, the group of co-workers decides to meet each other after 10:00 PM for a séance in the place considered haunted, followed by sex, gambling and beer. When two couples vanish, the others decide to seek them and find them killed. Soon, they meet Hank that tells the survivors that the talisman unleashes a fiend that possesses the person that is wearing the ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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An Evil Curse ... Has Awoken See more »

Genres:

Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Scare Museum See more »

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Sultan Films See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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Filmed under the title "Scare Museum." See more »

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Outtakes are shown during the closing credits. See more »

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Edited from Absolute Aggression (1996) See more »

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Twist of My Wrist
Music and Lyrics by Sylvia Mann
Performed by Sylvie and the Five Dollar Hats
Copyright 2002 All Rights Reserved
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Formulaic, yet entertaining.
23 June 2005 | by donquixote-3See all my reviews

Director Ingvordsen's third foray into the horror genre proves to be his best attempt yet. Not a masterpiece by any means, but also devoid of any pretense claiming itself to be... his movies never try to be anything more than they are - a stab (no pun intended) at some good old fashion scary fun. Although the story has a couple of clever gags, beyond the smoke and mirrors the script is rather formulaic, and thus somewhat predictable. The actors are a bit of a mixed lot with Park, Grant, & Steccato a step above the rest. Ironically, the film's only actor of mainstream notoriety, Billy Drago gives a tremendously "over the top" effort and the worst performance in the film. Scream Queen Debbie Rochon does her job well and provides a nice mammary cameo... but other than that she is rather forgettable. The locations used are pretty cool and definitely up the production value. Although Ingvodsen has begun to introduce more flesh and gore with this movie -- he hasn't learned that although Sam Raimi was from the bootleg special effect school, he at least did it well. Note to the director - get a real special effects artist next time, there is only so much disbelief to be suspended. In writing a critique, I am being critical... with my pet peeves aside, the movie was worth a watch. It held a good pacing, was well shot and edited, and has some great moments. If it's a low-budget slasher flick you want, then you've found it.


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