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Bad Blood: The Movie (2016) HD online
Language: English
Category: Movie / Fantasy / Horror / Sci-Fi
Original Title: Bad Blood: The Movie
Director: Tim Reis
Writers: Tim Reis
Released: 2016
Duration: 1h 20min
Video type: Movie
A classic werewolf flick with an amphibious twist; it's a race against time to find the antidote.


Credited cast:
Mary Malloy Mary Malloy - Victoria Miller
Vikas Adam Vikas Adam - Attendant
Troy Halverson Troy Halverson - Paul Stensland
Brian Troxell Brian Troxell - Wade Worthington
Tomi Lavinder Tomi Lavinder - Lillian Miller
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Alexander David Alexander - Murphys Prescott
Thom Badinger Thom Badinger - Roadside Victim
Mickie Banyas Mickie Banyas - Landers Morris
Kevin Galbraith Kevin Galbraith
Michael Gladden Michael Gladden - Officer Roberson
Josh Gould Josh Gould - The Frogmonster (as Josh Adam Gould)
Chelsea Howard Chelsea Howard - Kelly McLaughlin
Grayson Thorne Kilpatrick Grayson Thorne Kilpatrick - Wade Jr.
Kaleigh Malloy Kaleigh Malloy - News Anchor

One of a number of productions made during the mid-2010s with a "Bad Blood" phrase in its title. These include Bad Blood (2015), Bad Blood (2017), the television series Bad Blood (2015), Wicked Blood (2014) (aka "Bad Blood"), The Stranger (2014) (working title: "Bad Blood"), Batman: Bad Blood (2016), and Bad Blood: The Movie (2016).

Reviews: [8]

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    I watched this based on the only review on here. That review was obviously posted by someone involved in the production of Bad Blood. It seems like that is the first thing people do when making a movie is produce a bogus review on IMDb.

    It became obvious that this was the case within minutes of beginning the movie. Horrible effects, horrible acting, just awful. I didn't make it through more than 30 minutes of the movie before I couldn't take anymore. I am a big fan of horror and horror-comedy, but this wasn't really any of those. It was just a big waste of time.
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    This movie a part from a very low budget i would say no more then 50k or less as been done and redone so many times.

    The costume for the frog man is not bad and the gore too but the rest it boring and amateur at best.

    From the acting to the troubled PI that imagines striking people and you know its all in is head to the script and so on.

    I am giving it a 2 for the effort and its not worth more.
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    This is one of those films that gets my minimum vote rating which I give only out of respect for the work put in by the production and crew.

    However, aside from that, based on what I saw in this film, it would be advisable for everyone involved to take a good hard look in the mirror and seriously consider new lines of work.

    I love campy, humorous, schlocky films - think Troma. This one is as far from a fun, cheesy Troma film as it is possible to get. If this one had wooden acting, bad dialog and lousy special FX...well, that would have been a step in the right direction.

    Stay away from this one...very, very far away.
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    Returning to her hometown, a young woman intending to go to a party with friends comes into contact with a deadly escaped amphibious creature and finds herself set up on the same path by turning into a ravenous beast and forcing those around her to stop the creatures' rampage.

    This one was quite a decent if disappointing overall effort. When this one works, it has a lot to like about it through the old-school style of filmmaking present throughout here. The overall concept of the creature coming to life in a botched military experiment that soon turns her into one of the creatures just like the one that attacked her has such a firm of these past genre efforts that it really becomes all the more fun for how it grows from that simple setup. The addition of the scientist looking for the cure for it all and the ability to live out in the wilderness undetected before being brought back to society with her condition completely unaware of by everyone else gives this some old familiar grounds to play with when it turns to the creature-on-the-loose scenes. The opening attack at the central gas-station serves as a fine lead-in to the rest of the scenes with the flaring neon lights and the fog-enshrouded grounds which makes for an intriguing look to the grisly action that occurs here, from the transformation at the house which leads into the family slaughter to the standout brawls in the laboratory setup which is exceptionally fun and graphic with all the different back-and-forth setups featured throughout here. Due to the constant misunderstandings of the agent and trouble that causes, the finale here has a fun old-school cheesy charm that offers plenty of goopy effects with a nice flair and a rather impressive showing of practical effects with the creature suit and some nice gore scenes. These here manage to hold this one up over it's few minor flaws. The main issue to be had with this one is the obvious low-budget running throughout the film. The cramped in feeling and generally localized setting all give this the kind of obvious appeal that doesn't really strike as being all that high-brow which might be somewhat off-putting in terms of seeing some of the special effects thrown around here. As well, none of the science in this makes any sense at all as to how the frogs are producing a chemical toxin that can allow a person to mutate into a murderous amphibian creature which is quite silly and cheesy here because none of it really comes together. The short running time is somewhat of an issue, but otherwise, this one doesn't have much else really wrong with it.

    Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Language and Graphic Violence.
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    I had the pleasure of seeing this at the Chattanooga Film Festival today with the director and most of the cast in attendance. The trailer really doesn't do the film justice. The creature effects are great, the sound design is hilarious (you'll know what I mean when you see the movie), and the acting is way above average for a horror movie. I think Mary Malloy is going to be pretty popular here in a year or two. She's the standout in this film. She's like Maika Monroe in It Follows, but with way more personality. If you love horror, comedy, or a combination of the two, go see the movie wherever you can. It's the What We Do in the Shadows of 2016.
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    I am not sure why there are bad reviews for this movie but on ITunes all the reviews are great. This is a Indie Movie I am not sure if others who reviewed this movie was aware. For an indie movie this was great. Kudos to Director Time Reis and the costume designer on the werefrog it was great. Loved the little boy in this movie Grayson Kilpatrick aka Wade jr. he was really good. My heart was pounding when you seen all the action in this movie. The actor playing Wade Sr. was great he made me love him and hate him all at once and the actress playing the monster was great. I looked this movie up in some of the film festivals and notice it had won a few awards. I can't wait to see more movies from this director
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    I am not sure most people knew this was an indie movie so yea it is under 50K. I thought for the budget it was excellent movie. The Werefrog costume was unbelievable great. The up and coming Director Tim Reis is someone to watch for other movies for sure. I really loved the kid in this movie Grayson Kilpatrick aka Wade Jr. he was so cute and bratty. The monster aka Victoria acting was spot on he is awesome for this role. Loved and the hard headed Wade Sr you just wanted to shake him at times. I believe this movie won a few film festivals and I can see why. I can not wait to see more great movies from this production company.
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    This was an Indie movie which have received great critic reviews even from the Los Angeles Times and ITunes. I am not sure some people who left bad reviews on IMDb realized it was an indie. This was filmed three years ago after which went to several film festivals and received great response. The Director Tim Reis was the best to work for. I played the role of Wade Jr and I appreciate the kinds words left for me in other post. The make up director was phenomenal the way the monster looked scared me on set :) I thought all the actors did a great job bringing this script to life and especially Tim Reis for writing and directing. What a great experience