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Plot: Two sisters who suffered abuse as children at the hands of their sadistic father decide, after his death, to use witchcraft to bring his spirit back to get revenge.
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Part of me was interested in ‘Blood Craft’s’ concept, which actually turned out to be the main reason for watching it in the first place. The concept may not have been an original one but with the right execution it did have the potential to be quite creepy, and the film did have potential to be at least a guilty pleasure. Liked how ‘Blood Craft’ was advertised in the poster/cover too, which looked very cool and there was something unsettling about it too.
Will say right now that there are far worse films out there than ‘Blood Craft’, or so in my view. There are also films that waste any promise they have to a significantly worse degree, at least ‘Blood Craft’ didn’t exactly promise a massive amount. One does know what to expect watching, exactly so, and there was a genuine honest attempt to not take it too seriously as it wasn’t that kind of film. The cheapness, excessive nonsense and lack of any real atmosphere or anything to get behind just ruined it for me, and with those distracting me it was very difficult to take it for what it was.
The best thing, or should that be least bad (take your pick), about ‘Blood Craft’ is Michael Welch, who actually tries and makes the most of one of the film’s least badly written, but with nowhere near enough screen time to properly save things, characters.
Some of the photography is not too bad, at least having some eerie atmosphere.
Unfortunately the low budget for ‘Blood Craft’ really does show, as most of the film looks cheap. Especially those amateurish props. The audio is so monotonous, never fitting with what is going on, really could have done with being reigned in more, has no atmosphere and the placement and build ups are just so obvious. Poorly balanced too with the very clunky and cheese-ridden dialogue. The story is completely lacking in any kind of thrills, tension, scary horror and suspense, replaced instead by gratuitous shock value, non-stop intelligence insulting nonsense, dull pacing (apparent very early on with far too much unnecessary padding) and excessive predictability. The backing and forthing structure sounded really interesting but was executed in a haphazard fashion which really muddled the story.
Found myself not endearing to or being compelled by any of the characters. There is no real character development beyond the set-up, making them merely just there ciphers, and their ridiculous and near-incoherent behaviour and decision made them very irritating. The direction is bland and workmanlike at that, have seen far more incompetent directing but this was not particularly assured stuff here. Welch aside, the acting is poor. Madeleine Wade and Augie Duke don’t look comfortable and lack personality in my view, and it is sad to see Dominique Swain (who made such a promising impression in ‘Lolita’) reduced to projects like this.
In summary, just didn’t do it for me. 2/10
Blood thicker Than Water
Witchcraft has been a great mystery throughout time, practiced in the old age in a dark forest or the new age within the attic or basement of a suburban home. Conjuring a spell with a book or object of desire to what we believe and have been shown in film is always for personal gain with undesired consequences. Famous stories of true origin and fabled tales of witchcraft have been spun about, we are all aware of the Salem Witch trials, being burned at the stake for even being accused of practicing witchcraft, always been a mystery to most. Thus comes the story from the mind of James Cullen Bressack, with an ever growing indie horror indie resume’ with over 34 directed titles such as To Jennifer, 13/13/13, and Bethany just to name a few, a prolific writer, director, and producer he is certainly making a name for himself quickly. Blood Craft takes us through the lives of two sisters and their up bringing in a rural town with their pastor father Minister Hall ( Dave Sheridan) and mother Hilde ( Dominique Swain). Grace ( Madeline Wade ) returns home after she hears of the passing of her father and is greeted at their old childhood home by her sister Serena ( Augie Duke) and soon begins to relive the tragedy that made her leave the home in the first place. After the death of their mother they had suffered emotional and physical abuse by their father, an alcoholic and abuser holding it in secret from the church goers he sermon over. Madeline and Augie were great on screen with decent chemistry, you soon begin to see that there are other things at play with an old friend set out to find money that the sisters don’t even know about. This is where the witchcraft begins because the sisters are hell-bent on getting revenge to their father for what he did, they use the witchcraft the we taught from their mother at a young age. Tyler Waters ( Michael Welch) comes to pay his respects to Grace and its soon discovered that he is the one that is after the money. Serena’s secret is that their father is buried right in their backyard and this is where they begin to cast a spell to get their revenge and Tyler is juts the body they need to complete the task. The film does take a few unnecessary turns with Graces character having sex with Tyler on the floor for almost a drug induced like seen that was unimportant to the story. The camera work and sound were great and especially when you consider this film from the indie film point of view its a job well done, decent camera work, good sound. And to add that the FX used during witchcraft seen it was surprisingly good. Overall this film will suffice a true horror fan especially if witchcraft is your thing, so its definitely worth the watch for indie horror fans abound.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director James Cullen Bressack
Writer James Cullen Bressack, Madeleine Wade
Actors Madeleine Wade, Augie Duke, Michael Welch
Country United States
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Camera Red Epic
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