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Blood Feud (2016)

Two reformed thugs embark on one last JOB - to seek FORGIVENESS. Not easy, as their violent pasts CREEP back to haunt them in the bitter form of a grieving, vengeful gangster who enforces a SICKENING, ticking ultimatum.

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Darren James King
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Maryjanesamantha Gibb Maryjanesamantha Gibb ... Dancer (as Sammy Wright)
Paul King Paul King ... Grace
Micky Curate Micky Curate ... Paul
Steve Collins Steve Collins ... Ray
Steven Arnold Steven Arnold ... Perry
Saffron Saffron ... Jean
Jerry Anderson ... Charlie
Ike Ezekwugo Ike Ezekwugo ... Terrence
Rory Locke ... Jack
Mehmet Halit Mehmet Halit ... Lee
Rad Brown ... Benny
Michaela O'Hara Michaela O'Hara ... Hannah
Paul Reg King Paul Reg King ... Vicar
Sean Kennedy Sean Kennedy ... Steve
Senel Karava Senel Karava ... Kelly
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Two reformed thugs embark on one last JOB - to seek FORGIVENESS. Not easy, as their violent pasts CREEP back to haunt them in the bitter form of a grieving, vengeful gangster who enforces a SICKENING, ticking ultimatum.

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 February 2016 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Fear No Evil See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Budget:

£100,000 (estimated)
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Trash stuff
26 March 2017 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

One more example of what the UK crime film industry gives us since a decade now. So badly played, by unconcerned actors and so awfully directed by so unconcerned film makers. I don't understand why it was filmed in 2.35 frame. This is ridiculous, laughable for such a crap. I did not even count the sequences where the lead and his pal talk together, in a cafe, a car, a living room. There are too many of them. And the acting, oh God, so terrible, at least for most of the actors. Look at their face expression when they talk during a tense moment. The hoodlums tied to each other in the warehouse whilst they are supposed to be shot by the girl. They look at her as if she was a waitress in a restaurant to whom they ask for a pizza. Awful. I prefer forget this feature.


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