Blood Creek

Blood Creek

           Blood Creek
               Genre: Horror
               Vengeance, Nazi, splatter, disappearance
  All signs point to storm veteran director Joel Schumacher (The Lost Boys, Batman Forever, number 23) takes on occult Nazi horror. Wow! Sounds like great fun. Then you can see on the finished product and ask yourself whether the result of another director had not just looked. Blood Creek is by no means a bad film. The limited resources are used well and exhausted. But a gut feeling Maues remains. For obviously has Schumacher (as already flopped terribly in his Batman Intermezzo) not put much time into the script. Author David Kajganich (Invasion) has apparently been no effort to make something out of the idea. For Blood Creek is basically a standard genre film, the well-known patterns and techniques used and hardly uses his interesting idea. A story is not really there and whether Dominic Purcell as Victor now been in Iraq or not (like on the back cover says) interested not at all. For Blood Splatter Creek experienced Action is without a message. But pretty consistent. Victor Marshall (Dominic Purcell, Prison Break, Blade Trinity) is gone for two years. But one day he is unkempt and matted in a caravan of his brother Evan (Henry Cavill, Tristan & Isolde, The Tudors). He was all those years held by a family that had tortured him and tortured. That same night, to make the two young men to take revenge. Heavily armed, they reach the desolate farm and attack. But soon it becomes clear that the family that lives here that evil is real. Under the house one lives, have become a monster, Nazischerge (Michael Fassbender, Inglourious Basterds). And who needs human blood. From the smart idea succeeds Schumacher unfortunately hardly anything original has. Zombie horses well and good, but more would have been desirable. Also, you can not avoid the impression that Schumacher had just time to really buck and a lot of blood splatter. There is no other explanation as to why the story only from the second third is a showdown. For those who can to terms is, however, have some fun! Beautifully filmed, brutally and consistently will be hell unleashed on earth. No nuances, mere violence. Although some actions of the protagonists are difficult to understand, there are plot holes in Scheunentorgröße and some saying it is meant to be cool. But in the end Blood Creek is a well-made, never boring splatter film, which takes absolutely seriously. Is it super. (Renatus Töpke)
  Title: , Blood Creek Original Title: Town Creek Country of production: USA Production year: 2009 Length: 87 (Min.) Published at: Universum Film format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German, English EAN: (# ) 886975720590 Extras: Commentary

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