Review by Monique Thompson
A rural village is terrorized by an evil force that drains the blood from its victims. A discredited police detective, who believes the killings are the work of vampires, must team up with his former partner to uncover the truth.
There’s some indie horror movies that work, and then there’s those that don’t. Unfortunately, The Blood Harvest is one of those that just don’t. A total pain to get through, this is certainly one of those films that can’t seem to get anything right. While the synopsis sounds promising, the story line alone can’t carry it all the way through. Besides, when the plot is extremely similar to a classic such as, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, it’s so hard to duplicate or even contend with without becoming a dud.
In Blood Harvest the dialogue is very minimal, which make things extremely hard to follow and understand. Additionally, the music is very 70s slasher-film like is drowns out the scenes. At this point, there isn’t even a need to address the acting.
While I love indie horror films, Blood Harvest is one that I can certainly do without. If you curious to know how bad this one is, you can surely watch it on VOD starting now, November 21st 2017.
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