Tied in Blood

Tied in Blood

George, convinced a ghost killed his family, hires Robert, a talented Medium frustrated by his job. As the dead return to tell of ghostly seduction, demonic rage, and brutal murder, Robert discovers a horror more real than any ghost story.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   haunting,   ghost,  

George, convinced a ghost killed his family, hires Robert, a talented Medium frustrated by his job. As the dead return to tell of ghostly seduction, demonic rage, and brutal murder, Robert discovers a horror more real than any ghost story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Efe O (it) wrote: Average action flick. Some please De Niro a better film pls???

DC E (us) wrote: "3, 2, 1 ... Frankie Go Boom" 10 Scale Rating: 6.0 (Decent) ... The Good: Extremely entertaining at times. Quirky and off the wall, but in a good way. Not quite raunchy humor, but skirts the line just enough. The Bad: More than a little all over the place. The frantic pace gets old about halfway through.

Zahid C (ca) wrote: Day: FridayDate: 8 August 2008Amt: 60/-Time: 6.30 pmOver at: 9.00 pmWith: Samby, AiswaryaSeat No. F21 - F23Theatre: New Excelsior, MumbaiNot as good as Welcome and No Entry. Akshay is good as ever. I just loved one scene where Sonu Sood is used as a trolley to serve snacks and drinks by all the Sardars. Lol

Rosaria H (ru) wrote: i think it goin to be okay

Brent M (gb) wrote: Horribly disappointing film. I had seen the trailer and thought ooh HP Lovecraft themed movie with a gay twist. The trailer looked really dark and creepy, but unfortunately the movie is really poorly written and the acting is pathetic. The main character Russell Marsh had a bit of potential at first, but then after his return to the island all he can do is yell, run around and hyperventilate at the drop of the hat. You hope that his flashbacks are going to reveal some extraordinary secret, but instead of a nice build they just kinda tell you the secret near the beginning, after that there isn't really much of a story. The rest of the movie is him again running around yelling and hyperventilating alot in scenes that are really oddly edited together without any explanation of how the scenes are suppose to flow. Oh did I forget that he get man-raped by Tori Spelling? Rooffied and man-raped! Unfortunately she's the best actor in the film and that was also the best scene. I guess you're wondering where the gay part comes in? It doesn't really other than a gratuitous G rated make-out scene that doesn't give anything to the movie other than the right to market to the gay audience. There's no chemistry between them which makes the ending ridiculous, where it could have been painful and shocking. If you're into gay cinema and have a love of HP Lovecraft, go for it, but otherwise you'll just wonder why you wasted 90mins.

Deishal D (au) wrote: I'm currently watching a bunch a stuff on YouTube already....and I can't just buy it only to have watched it once and thats it!

Phil F (us) wrote: This film is a must-see for any patriotic American citizen, or for anyone that has a soul. Two French filmmakers, brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet, were in the process of documenting the lives of firefighters who belonged to the Ladder 1 division of the FDNY (located downtown, a stone's throw from the World Trade Center Towers) when the 9/11 tragedy happened. As Ladder 1 firemen were some of the first responders to the World Trade Center that day due to proximity, the Naudet brothers were there to capture the unspeakable horrors on their cameras. Watching this documentary made me feel as though I were there. Surreal. The ominous sound of the jet engines is clearly audible immediately before the planes are seen crashing into the World Trade Center Towers. The uncensored vocalizations of bystanders reacting to the awful sight, along with the sheer terror and disbelief on their faces was captured. The destructive aftermath of the buildings' collapse is also documented. One of the most horrific happenings that is indelibly etched in my mind is viewing people jumping (or falling) from the highest floors of the building to their certain, catastrophic deaths. Beyond tragic. This is not easy to watch, but I implore you to do so. This film reminds me that we are greatly indebted to our civil servants, who risk their lives daily in attempt to spare ours. This movie doesn't examine the motives behind 9/11. It doesn't talk about Bin Laden, al Qaeda, conspiracy theories, and the like. It was not made as a propaganda piece in attempt to gain converts to the filmmaker's chosen political party. It is basically a home-movie account of exactly what happened on the worst day in American history. One of the most enthralling, yet appalling things I've ever seen. Five stars.

Stewart R (ca) wrote: One of the finest silent movies ever made. Buster Keaton at his po-faced best.

Ian M (es) wrote: The acting is amazing. Jon Bon Jovi is beautiful, and the story is heart-warming and upsetting at the same time. All actresses rock in this movie.

angel m (fr) wrote: I Wish They Wold Put This On DvD!!! This is an Insane Movie Hug Blood sucking Ticks Get thees Inner city Kids Up In The Woods Camping OMG !! I Am Itching Just Wrighting This .. This Makes My Skin Crawl !!Love It When That Tick Gets On His Face And his head caves in ..

Paul D (ag) wrote: Two fantastic action actors do justice in a battle of wills chase in the wilderness. Bronson and Marvin are looking a little aged, but it is in no way detrimental to the plot.

Rob S (us) wrote: It will probably be a long time before I revisit the films "Batman Forever" and "Batman and Robin" since they are two of the worst comic book adapted movies to come out. Defending his direction of the films, Schumacher said "they're called comic books, not drama books." While Joel Schumacher failed to capture the true essence of the Batman universe, he was able to nail the tone of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" in many aspects.Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum are simply the perfect cast choices for the leads of this film, though Rossum mainly seems to be there for a pretty face to look at. I am saying that in terms of her acting, but her singing is incredible. We all know she is able to deliver with the concluding cadenza of "Think of Me," which is a song featured in the first twenty minutes of the film. I have only seen clips of past Phantoms, but Gerard Butler comes across as a very powerful Phantom, seeming dominant with his beautiful tenor voice rather than going falsetto like previous phantoms - falsetto doesn't seem menacing at all.The core of the story focuses on the infamous love triangle between the Phantom, Christine Daae, and Raoul. Christine is tutored as a singer for many years by the titular Phantom, who she believes her late father has sent for her. Her childhood friend, Raoul, conveniently shows up as at this point in her life so that she may have a lover. Christine and Raoul represent the ideal couple while the Phantom grows jealous; he devoted a lot of his life to her by shaping her into a successful singer while she is attracted to Raoul, who contains no physical distortion like the Phantom. Talk about friend-zoning; in fact, a good alternate title would be "The Phantom of the Opera: The Adult story of the Friend Zone."While the friend-zoning idea is an oversimplification of the movie, it is this frustrating love triangle that lets us connect to the Phantom, feeling sorry for him since he longs for love having never known love before as a hideous circus attraction. The film has a confusing message like Beauty and the Beast - both seem to say that looks should not matter when it comes to love, but their conclusions then go against that with the Beast turning back into a prince, and Christine living with Raoul rather than with the Phantom.This is a great love story as well as a great tragedy. The music makes this film so powerful though I know this has clearly been done before since this musical has been around for ages. The music makes it a great experience, and an enjoyable one in which one may get lost, surrounded by "the music of the night." Some parts are cheesy, I do not completely agree with the casting choice of Raoul, but this is still a strong film due to its great execution.

Red L (us) wrote: I like movies about growth, but it is hard to imagine a curmudgeon like Oren learning anything about life. But if you believe in fantasies, 'And So It Goes' is the movie for you.