Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Clay Adams, Josh Gibson, Bryan Smithson, Cherish Hamutoff, Jay Anthony
Directors: David Schrader, Keith Coulouris
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Two brothers Henry and Travis become the only suspects in a horrific murder after a weekend away becomes a horrifying bloodbath.When Henry takes the blame and disappears Travis is left behind to start his life anew. Time p... more »
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Good acting......Good filming......Good low budget film
G. Chambers | U.S.A. | 01/16/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If horror isn't your thing forget this movie; if it is, buy it. Some very good acting is done by CLAY ADAMS, whom you may recognize from the T.V. soaps "As the World Turns" and "All my Children". BRYAN SMITHSON and the supporting cast use their talent to move the plot forward very effectively. The ending, although simple, caught me by suprise. Low budget movies require a greater than average suspension of disbelief, especially since the advent of computer graphics and super special effects. If you haven't got the brain power to sit through a play, then stick to mega movies like Star Wars....they've thought of everything for you, but if you can enjoy a film at face value give this one a shot......I think you'll enjoy it!"
R. Schultz | Chicago | 10/20/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This movie had been recommended to me for its interesting twist ending. Well, if it's there, I don't get it.
I have an inkling about what the branching off of plot line may stem from. But if it's what I think it is, there are a lot of lapses in logic that would make the new path unlikely, or actually impossible.
Furthermore, the production values for this film are rather cheesy. So unless you want to puzzle out the implications of this particular hatchet-man pursuing yet another set of teens in the woods - you might find a better way to spend your time.
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 09/26/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"An indie film obviously with a low budget, BLOODLINE isn't all that bad. While it's not a classic by any means, the movie does throw in some unusual plot twists that will keep the viewer puzzled.
A somewhat retarded young man goes on a killing spree and murders a bunch of his brother's friends on a camping trip, and then disappears, only to be taken in by some reclusive stranger. Years later, the brother is having his own nightmarish memories and it's not clear just who is responsible for the deaths.
The movie's climactic scenes seem a little contrived, but the psychological implications are chilling even if a little confusing. All in all, not a bad indie horror film."