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Blood Deep

Blood Deep

Category: 25
All Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 2005
Country: USA
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Todd S. Kniss
Sound: Dolby SR

  • Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.

  • Writing by: Todd S. Kniss – writer

    Produced by: Nicole Ettinger – line producer
    Brian Gork – producer
    Erik Hensin – executive producer
    Lori Hensin – executive producer
    Kathy Miller Kniss – executive producer
    Kathy Miller Kniss – producer
    Todd S. Kniss – executive producer
    Bill Marinella – associate producer
    Lea-Beth Shapiro – producer

    Cast: Jeridan Frye – Katie
    Marilyn Alex – Grammie
    T.J. Amato – Danny
    Jordan Belfi – Gregg
    Amy Christine – Robin
    Richard Cline Cunningham – Sean
    Kim Delgado – Larry Ola
    Femi Emiola – Eliza
    Bo Foxworth – Cal
    Lily Goff – Younger Robin (Age 6)
    K.K. Goodrich – Nurse

    Music: Matt Reid Cohn
    Official Website: Visit Website

    Plot Outline: A reunion of childhood friends turns deadly when one of the guests unwittingly admits to murder.
    Plot: A reunion of childhood friends turns deadly when one of the guests unwittingly admits to murder. In 1985 a missing boy's charred remains are found in a vacant field. Nineteen years later a gathering of old friends reveals a deadly secret behind the teenager's disappearance. Katie Spencer returns to her estranged hometown for the first time since leaving for college, fifteen years earlier. Bequeathed her recently deceased Grandmother's estate Katie is soon overwhelmed with nostalgia and childhood friends. In attendance are Cal, who still carries a flame for Katie, although he is recently married to Allison; Sean and Jacob, brothers who have suddenly, and tragically, inherited an enormous family fortune; Wil, a long time suitor of Katie's; and Katie's best friend, Robin, who brings along college roommate Eliza, a psychology student trained in hypnosis. Eliza's talents soon become the life of the party, but, while under hypnosis, one of the guests unwittingly confesses to murder. Before the night is over the killing will begin again.

    Movie Quotes: Master Wong: It is better to die like a tiger, than to live like a pussy.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Filmed in Troublevision

    Goofs: We know about 9 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: Karl Wolfschtagg's Olympic uniform should have read 'DDR' (Deutsche Demokratische Republik, the German name) rather than 'GDR', the English name for East Germany. Olympic country names are customarily rendered in their native language.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The story was conceived by Robert Rodriguez's then seven-year-old son Racer Rodriguez, who receives an on-screen “Story By” credit.
    • While Max is on the dock before he runs into Sharkboy you can see a fast food bag for “Big Kahuna Burgers” a fictional burger joint used in a lot of Robert Rodriguez's films as well as those of his buddy Quentin Tarantino.
    • The character of “Max” is named after the middle name of Racer Rodriguez.

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