BLOOD CREEK (2009) Reviews and overview

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Blood Creek, previously known as Creek and Town Creek, is a horror film directed by Joel Schumacher, starring Michael Fassbender as the main antagonist and written by Dave Kajganich. The film had a limited theatrical release on September 18, 2009.

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Two brothers become caught up in a gruesome occult experiment dating back to the Third Reich.When his brother Victor (Dominic Purcell) reappears after two years of being mysteriously missing, paramedic Evan Marshall (Henry Cavill) sets out on a revenge mission that uncovers a devilish experiment set up by evil Nazi historian Richard Wirth (Michael Fassbender) back in the 1930s…

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Blood Creek is sure to be a cult item once it brutally worms its way into the horror community’s meaty vernacular. It’s hard to fault a movie that features demonic Nazis, resurrected animals, an assortment of blood-soaked kills, and a grotesque villain that would make Pinhead quiver in his leathery garb.” Todd Rigney, Beyond Hollywood

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“Schumacher fans thinking they’ve discovered one of the director’s lost gems will be mildly disappointed as Blood Creek is an obviously low-budget, occasionally slapdash affair. Still, despite a sense of sameness and a clumsy script, the film has its charms, Schumacher’s signature style is evident, and the cast is uniformly excellent making Blood Creek a better-than-average direct-to-DVD experience.” Head Cheese, Horrorview

“If you can move past the goofy plot—and it’s really, really, really goofy—there is a hefty amount of occult-o-riffic fun to be had with Blood Creek. Shumacher has gone full dark here, shooting an unabashedly horrific horror movie that benefits from some killer make-up and a creepy setting. Plus, anytime you’re involving Nazis and the occult, that’s going in the win column.” David Johnson, DVD Verdict

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