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|Brotherhood of Blood|
Actor: Victoria Pratt
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Two horror legends reunite again. After the success of Rob Zombie's THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, legendary actor Sid Haig (HOUSE OF1000 CORPSES, KILL BILL 2) and horror icon Ken Foree (DAWN OF THE DEAD) team up again in BROTHERHOO... more »
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Brian B. (Hondaman) from CIBOLO, TX
Reviewed on 5/8/2015...
"Brotherhood of Blood" is maybe not a great vampire movie. But I had originally wanted to see it because I'm a huge fan of Victoria Pratt. I had read some reviews for this film and some of them were not so great. But I decided to see this movie anyway. I enjoyed Victoria's other series like Cleopatra 2525 & Mutant X. This movie is worth seeing just for the time's when the set is on the cold side.
2 of 4 member(s) found this review helpful.
James B. (wandersoul73) from TYLER, TX
Reviewed on 6/18/2009...
Man, I was truly hoping to enjoy this vampire outing, but instead I was simply left bored.
Stylish vampire story
Peter F. Ward | San Diego, USA | 11/10/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This film is basically a dark, sophisticated 'caper' thriller with the added twist that the main characters are rapidly awakened to the fact that they are being ruthlessly manipulated behind the scenes. The movie has a great cast and good scenes. It uses flashbacks in a manner similar to Memento. The actors make it fun to watch, and the in the last quarter of the movie the twist begins kicking in.
Brotherhood of Shadows
Richard Nervous | Florida | 09/11/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"First, I want to start out by saying that I was attracted to this flick because Sid Haig and Ken Foree were in it. The cover art reminded me of From Dusk til Dawn and I figured with these horror icons in the film that it couldn't be that bad.
I was unfortunately unpleasantly surprised. This is not shot on film but on Digital Video, that's not always bad if it's done right.
The story revolves around a vampire group that is trying to fight very evil forces from the past. The story slowly comes together throughout the 80 minute running time with lots of flashbacks. The majority of the main story is told through paintings and dialogue, there is nothing really seen in live action due to the low budget of this production.
Good Audio (except for when the actors have to talk through overly large incisors, I mean these things are the size of pool chalk that you use for pool sticks)
Amateur Special Effects (can't even call them effects really, I mean orange blood?)
3 sets total throughout the movie
Open ended ending
Picture Quality was obviously not film, fuzzy in some places
This reminded me of Dark Shadows but slower and less action in it. People literally just stand around and talk. There are no bats and the only time we really see a special effect it's towards the end when we see a vampire dissolve in a CGI stoked fire.
This is not the worst thing I've ever seen but it's very hard to recommend except for the vampire collectors that just have to have every vampire flick.
View at your own risk but my copy is going back to the store where I found it."
Better than the sum of its parts
Mitch Clifford | New York | 10/23/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"BROTHERHOOD OF BLOOD is two movies in one. Enjoyable the first time you watch it, even more enjoyable the second time round. The first viewing asks questions that are answered in the final few minutes, and the second viewing is interesting because when you know the answers, the film becomes that much clearer. It requires a certain amount of commitment, though. If you like flash and bikinis and breath-taking camera angles, you won't find them here. Brotherhood is not an "epic," and it doesn't pretend to be. I give it a 4 out of 5 stars."