Blood Ransom Info
Blood Ransom Review
Synopsis:A young woman fights the monster she's becoming to save the life of the man she loves.
Blood Ransom (2014) is an American vampire thriller romance movie that was filmed in Los Angeles, California, USA. Director and writer Francis dela Torre (Subject: I Love You (2011), 69 1/2 (2009), Will Work for Food (1995)) did an excellent job directing his third movie. The movie contains sexual content with sexual acts, gore, sexual references, a lot of violence, extreme gore, little suspense and some thrills. It is a movie that you either love or dislike.
Blood Ransom is a vampire movie about a newly transformed/converted vampire Crystal (Anne Curtis) who eventually is caught up in a love triangle. She has to choose between her evil overlord Roman (Samuel Caleb Hunt) and her love Jeremiah (Alexander Dreymon - Christopher and His Kind (2011), The Test of Time (2015)) who is human. It all started when Crystal’s limo driver criminal friends kidnapped her. Crystal has feelings for her limo driver - so guess his name!!! The movie is a bit too slow for my taste, and I trailed off a little because it was so predictable and took many parts from other movies. I would love to see a new vampire romance movie that is not similar to all out there. It gets a little interesting when Filipino American cop Oliver (Dion Basco - Dahmer (2002), Ask the Dust (2006), Love & Basketball (2000)) became the main murder suspect in West Covina.
The movie is a very dark romance movie that revolves around sex and violence. The actors all did an excellent job with their roles. Especially, Anne Curtis and Alexander Dreymon - they look perfect together as a couple as their acting makes it so believable regarding their eternal love for each other. The special effects were nicely done with all the details shown. This is the first vampire movie that I ever saw that says if someone wants to be immortal, they will have to use a blade that is possessed by their master to kill one person.
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Writers: Francis dela Torre
Director: Francis dela Torre