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Blood Bound
The Dark Rite / Bloodline

USA 2019
produced by
Richard LeMay, Trevite Willis, Rodrigo Bellott (executive) for Bloodline Productions, Garden House Entertainment
directed by Richard LeMay
starring Eden Brolin, Ross Wellinger, Eric Nelsen, Justiin A. Davis, Joseph Melendez, Rosa Arredondo, Vanessa Rubio, Karmine Alers, Gerald McCullouch, Ben Weaver, Timothy Hughes, Aleita Northey, Leif Steinert, Chester Jones III, Gail Herendeen, Margaret Laurena Kemp, Sabrina Leba, Mike McGowan, Constance Reardon, S. Lue McWilliams, Kevin Spirtas
written by Richard LeMay, music by Adonis Tsilimparis, special effects supervisor: Mr. Dead

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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18 year olds Kerry (Eden Brolin), her boyfriend Sean (Eric Nelsen) and her best friend Brian (Justiin A. Davis) have made it their habit to put on ski masks, enter other people's homes with guns in their hands, threatening them to get their money - and usually they're pretty good at it, maybe also because Kerry's the daughter of the sheriff (Gerald McCullouch), and helps out at the precinct, thus is tipped off about police activity. Only their last home invasion doesn't go so greatly when the owners of the house turn out to be a coven of witches who somehow put a spell on the youngsters, then the ringleader of the coven, Raul (Joseph Melendez) rapes virginal Kerry in a weird ritual, with Sean and Brian being forced to watch - and then the witches let our heroes go, just like that, correctly figuring they wouldn't report them at all, as they'd be revealed as the local home invaders otherwise. Thing is, after the incident, Kerry meets one of the coven, David (Ross Wellinger), time and again, and he pretty much forces her to pretend to be his girlfriend. This somehow drives a wedge between her and Sean and Brian, and soon enough the both of them die under mysterious circumstances - only the audience knows it was indeed David. And then Kerry finds out she's pregnant from above ritual, which is actually why David insists on her being his pretend girlfriend, they need the baby for a ritual, in which one of their blood has to be sacrificed to ward off an almighty evil Demon (Timothy Hughes). Kerry doesn't like that one bit, and even less that she's supposed to be killed in that ritual as well, but she eventually takes trust to David, who gradually falls in love with her - but that said, it's less than probable that his coven will give up on their sacrifice just so David can have a girlfriend ...


Two things up front, Blood Bound isn't exactly an uplifting movie, and it's rather slowburn in its horror - so if a rollercoaster ride of a shocker is what you're looking for, then this is not for you - but you're going to miss something, as Blood Bound is a very cleverly structured and intelligently told tale of terror that seems to get more unsettling by the minute, up to its shocking finale, it's directed and filmed with an emphasis on atmosphere and tension, plus a very solid cast really brings this to life. Well worth a look for sure.


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