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What they say: A prominent and respected family inherits a beautiful home in the country, nestled deep inside a tiny village. Despite protests from his wife and children who have grown accustomed to the finer things in life and believe the house should be sold for profit, the father decides to uproot everyone and move to the new house. Almost immediately the small group learns that the village is overshadowed by superstition, religion and mysterious folklore. Soon strange events begin occurring and family is forced to consider an alarming rumor running rampant throughout the village: by inheriting the house, they have also inherited a dark and menacing curse.
What I say: I knew next to nothing about Blood Curse, but it sounded interesting so I decided to check it out. I am a sucker for a good ghost story. Session 9 is probably my fave horror movies of the last 20 years. So with high expectations I started Blood Curse.
The film is about a family that moves to an inherited house in the boonies, only to find the area filled with superstitious town folk. Legend says the house is cursed. There is also some dark secrets involving the family, but they are ambiguous. Every frame of this film is filled with dread as the slow buurn is created taking us to the shocking ending. What I likes best about the film is how you don’t know if it is a curse, a ghost, or just the family going crazy. It’s really well executed in that fashion.
The transfer is nothing to write home about, but the film is so good it can be overlooked.