The biker Anne has a violent one night stand with the supposed cop Chris after a minor infraction. Two days later, feeling guilty and traumatized, she decides to go hiking with her boyfriend Michael in the Whistler chain of mountains, a spot where bicycles are prohibited. When she sees Chris riding a bike, she tells Michael about her affair, and Chris unexpectedly kills Michael. Along the rest of the day and night, Anne is chased by Chris in a sick and mortal mouse-and-cat game.
- Stars:Rebecca Palmer, Ben Price, Tom Frederic, J.J. Straub, Kurt Rauscher, Johann Daiminger, Christian Heiner Wolf, Maximilian Boxrucker,
- Director:Robert Krause,
- Writer:Robert Krause, Florian Puchert, Kai Schneppel (idea), Robert Krause (idea)
Bike messenger Anne never imagined the horrific events that would unfold after her one-night-stand with stranger Chris. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blood Trails torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: An interesting film which seems to jump the shark the longer it goes on. Still worth watching.
(nl) wrote: slow plodding ensamble pic that doesn't say or do anything-this stinks!
(it) wrote: The worst movie of 2013. There is nothing more to say. Don't watch it. I totally understand why the patriarch kills himself. I wanted to put myself out of my misery.
(nl) wrote: The movie starts ok and runs into a dumb story line with expected happenings , the movie was watchable for Kim Basinger's performance as Della
(ca) wrote: I believe it is hard for many to see the beauty in a film so uneventful on screen. But, I believe that is the point of the movie. Look into the eyes of the character and see the story. I thought this movie was brilliant and beautiful. It wasn't the cinematography or the plot that captured me; it was the depth of the characters. Susan Sarandon is an excellent actor, and she created her character beautifully. Her eyes told her pain, the thing that was her weakness and her strength.All the actors were wonderful, and despite a slow plot, the sacredness of this film could not be tainted.
(it) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!
(ag) wrote: This was a great movie. I don't remember hearing a lot about it when it first came out, but this was really good.Great story and some great acting. Every movie I see with James McAvoy makes me appreciate him more and more. Great actor.
(gb) wrote: this was such a moving, shocking and tragic film. being so removed from east asian culture or customs or life, it was so astonishing to me, not only to see the power of north korea, but even, most simply the way of life in japan. it was so heart wrenching to see these families suffer and still persist with every odd against them. the documentary did a wonderful job capturing human emotion the reality of the situation. i really pray that megumi is still alive and that she can return to her family soon.
(nl) wrote: I not-so-secretly love this film, despite all of it's flaws. I wouldn't recommend it to people who aren't into 'Bionicle' to begin with, though.Four-legged giant spider FTW.
(mx) wrote: An unnecessary fourth entry in the zombie trilogy even if it offers another interesting social commentary. With poorly-written dialogue and characters we never care about, this film will probably please those more interested in new ways of slaughter and blood spewing.
(us) wrote: loved it! two cougars and a lot of voltaire :)
(us) wrote: Stuck with this and for better as it went with a brilliant ending.
(ag) wrote: Having such good films under his belt like "Midnight Cowboy" and "Marathon Man", director John Schlesinger is no slouch when it comes to crafting a quality drama or suspense. However, with an irritatingly underpar cast, this is not one of his finer efforts. Young couple Patty (Melanie Griffith) and Drake (Matthew Modine) purchase a Victorian home in San Francisco. They fix it up and rent one of the apartments to fast-talking businessman Carter Hayes (Michael Keaton) unaware that he is in fact, a sociopathic swindler. When this film was released in 1990, I actually enjoyed it. I was 12 years old. Looking at it now, I have to admit that my critical faculties had not kicked in then. There's no denying that it's a well crafted suspense yarn but it's also ludicrously plotted. The fault doesn't lie with Schlesinger though, in fact, he does really well handling the tension and suspense. The fault lies with the unintelligible script. Would this stereotypically disturbed character really waste his time, being no more than an inconvenience by drilling holes in the walls? Do disturbed sociopaths really sit watching static interference on TV, in a darkened room, while flipping a razor blades over their fingers? Methinks it's all a little melodramatic. Keaton does his best sinister look with animated eyebrows, Modine needs his quiff trimmed and Griffith gives her usual one-note innocent, softly spoken, damsel in distress act. Three very limited actors with a very limited script. Schlesinger brings what he can to the table, but it's not enough to overcome ineptitude. Hitchcock would have had a field day with similiar material. Schlesinger tries his best to emulate the old master but he's ultimately fighting a losing battle with a very limited cast.
(jp) wrote: 111002. Wow, this is quite the film. Be advised, I'm going to spoil the story a bit b/c I just can't go and not talk about a few scenes. The first death is a little shocking, or at least the attempt to prevent the first death. It made me cringe. And then there's the breast augmentation angle. Is it saline that is in those implants nowadays? And then there are the vampire allusions. Not a bad film but it just got a little stupid a little too often. Lacy Chabert is hot and seeing her makes this one and a half hour price tag worth it.
(ca) wrote: its sad because its all becoming true
(ru) wrote: Horribly slow and slumber inducing. Amazing how the screenplay can make simple scenes look very tiring. Each conversation are twice the length of normal movie's, one might press fast forward or skip a chunk of it and still be at the same agonizing slow pace. Acting is limping, it has small cast and half of it are awfully delivering rigid performance. It feels disjointed at every corner, even the scares are poorly constructed and overly used.Story is an inconsistent struggle to bring supernatural theme and mystery thriller, both of which fail at making any momentum. It's crucial to highlight the FBI officer, which is the weakest character on the small roster. Every time he's in the screen, he brings inhumanely stiff performance. If this is an effort to build mystery, it's highly misguided. Random passerby reading the script out loud would probably be more capable.The boyfriend and mother roles are also awkwardly played. They never seem to be convincing nor do they sync well with others. Thus, Camilla Luddington as June, the troubled girl and returning Caity Lotz, as Annie are the most decent, by default. To their credits, both of the female actors try to set-up the horror and they do have better screen presence.Nevertheless, the scenes are either plodding or rushed. Caity Lotz doesn't feel as she's introduced to the story naturally, she just pops up and becomes instant best friend with Luddington's June. Their interactions are more fluid than most, unfortunately the movie doesn't take advantage of that. Luddington isn't entirely bad, she has good expression, but she must deal with insipid screenplay which makes her looking bizarre and enacting the same motions repeatedly.There might a few scares with flicker lights or angle shifts, yet even these instances are overly done. Without spoiling anything the mix between paranormal and mystery doesn't pan out well. The Pact 2 instills more boredom than horror or dread.