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Rotkäppchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood (2009)

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The story follows Rose, a precocious German 17 year old, as her mother brings her from Germany to live with her grandmother in America. Although she is happy to see her grandmother, Rose ... See full summary »

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Harry Sparks

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Harry Sparks
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Stefanie Geils Stefanie Geils ... Rose
Sativa Verte Sativa Verte ... Summer
Nicole Leigh Vuono Nicole Leigh Vuono ... Bridgette
Phil Gibson Phil Gibson ... Nick
Chris O'Brocki ... David
Betty Biehler Betty Biehler ... Grandmother
Sheena M. Norris Sheena M. Norris ... Kendra
Kerri Taylor ... Meghan
Savannah Costello Savannah Costello ... Sophie
Angelika Sparks Angelika Sparks ... Mother
Daniela Glenn Daniela Glenn ... Crystal
Steven A. Webb Steven A. Webb ... James
Natalia Menocal Natalia Menocal ... Stacey
Debbie D ... Paula
Sibylla Otte Sibylla Otte ... Rotkäppchen Double
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The story follows Rose, a precocious German 17 year old, as her mother brings her from Germany to live with her grandmother in America. Although she is happy to see her grandmother, Rose hates her new life: she misses her friends back in Germany and she is teased and ridiculed by the other students at school. Rose can only find comfort in her tattered book of fairy tales until she meets and develops a crush on Nick, the most popular guy at school, and is befriended by Summer, a beautiful sexy coed. But things become complicated as Rose is tormented by Nick's girlfriend Bridgette, and the once quiet town finds itself rattled by a series of gruesome, mysterious murders. Written by Sparks Entertainment

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Not all fairy tales are for children.


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USA

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English | German

Release Date:

13 October 2009 (USA) See more »

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Austria See more »

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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Sparks Entertainment See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The Long Way Down
Written by Kevin Connolly
Performed by Herm
Courtesy of Herm/Catchy Go Go Records
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Red Riding hood for the new millennium
28 September 2009 | by tuetSee all my reviews

Red Riding hood for the new millennium. I picked this title up at the horrorfindweekend in Baltimore. I was looking for an indy movie, and after speaking to the producer I decided this was it.

I wasn't expecting a great movie but was pleasantly surprised. The cinematography was really good. I really liked the angles and shades. The acting was OK.

The grandma was great.

Chris O'Brocki was probably the best actor in the movie. My only gripe is there was a lot of unnecessary sex scenes, but in defense of the makers, I was warned. This is really soft porn.

Didn't really understand the ending unless its an opening for a sequel.


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