Blood Angels Review
Synopsis:A young woman gets caught up in the plans of a coven of vampires fighting to free themselves from their master.
Thralls (2005) is a horror movie that made no sense and contained huge plot holes. Director Ron Oliver (Flash Forward (1996), The New Addams Family (1998), Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1990), Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990)) failed upon executing this movie that I was looking forward to seeing. The movie should be remade because I think if there were a different writer and director behind it, it would be off the charts. The movie had a good concept. The digital effects were terrible, but guys might like the sight of the bodacious females.
Thralls revolve around six women/females that are known as thralls. Thralls are half-vampires that cannot turn their victim into vampires and they cannot fly. Centuries-old vampire Mr. Jones (Lorenzo Lamas - Falcon Crest (1981), Renegade (1992), Grease (1978), The Bold and the Beautiful (1987)) controls the thralls, and they cannot escape easily. One of the thralls sister Ashley (Siri Baruc - The Ten (2007), Mega Snake (2007), The Wisher (2002), Unholy (2007)) tries to help the thrall’s escape Mr. Jones and his henchman, Rennie. Leslie (Leah Cairns - Interstellar (2014), 88 Minutes (2007), Battlestar Galactica (2004), Helen (2009)) is a thrall who owns a dance club in Iowa, and her sister is Ashley. Leslie had to save Ashley from being attacked by muggers by draining one of their blood. Ashley soon after became aware that her sister and friends are half-vampires. The thralls stole the Necronomicon to help them defeat Jones. Jones have other plans that include unleashing a demon named Belial so that Jones can take over the world.
The movie had a few good moments, and that is why it received a score of four. The screenplay was weak and had several plot holes that were easily noticeable. The story was all over the place, and it would take too much effort and time to make sense of it. Things happen in the movie, and there is no reason for it to happen, and there is no backstory to it. The movie is for individuals who want to watch a movie and just go with the flow. The characters did not help the film with their not so good acting.
About Blood Angels (2005)
Total Avg. Votes: 7
Writers: Lisa Morton, Brett Thompson
Director: Ron Oliver