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Blood Creek

Blood Creek

Joel Schumacher (2009)

86min
18 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Lost Boys director Joel Schumacher unleashes stylish chills and riotous suspense in a welcome return to harrowing horror form. Evil Nazi Michael Fassbender arrives in the American Midwest in 1936 to search out native rune stones to help him achieve occult immortality for Hitler's war effort. Fast-forward to today and US marine Dominic Purcell, believed AWOL from Iraq, and his older brother Henry Cavill, take on the hideous blood-drinking monster that Fassbender has now become, only kept in check by human sacrifice. With its distinctively superior American Gothic atmosphere and quirky nonstop splatter action, this Third Reich Jeepers Creepers quickly captures the imagination and furnishes some highly unusual shocks - especially the memorable CGI sequence of a zombie stallion on a spectacular rampage. A reminder of just how good a terror technician Schumacher can be when blessed with ace material.

Summary

A Nazi scientist travels to America in the 1930s to perform an occult experiment. In the present day, a man is reunited with his missing brother, who claims to have escaped from kidnappers. They head for the farm where he was held, planning revenge, but stumble on the terrifying result of the Nazi ritual. Horror, with Henry Cavill, Dominic Purcell and Michael Fassbender.

Cast & Crew

Evan Marshall Henry Cavill
Victor Alan Marshall Dominic Purcell
Richard Wirth Michael Fassbender
Liese Wollner Emma Booth
Otto Wollner Rainer Winkelvoss
Karl Wollner Laszlo Matray
Mrs Wollner Joy McBrinn
Luke Benny Shea Whigham
Director Joel Schumacher
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Entertainment Guidance: Violence, swearing. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay

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