- Director: Henry Jacobson
- Writer: Avra Fox-Lerner, Will Honley
- Stars: Seann William Scott, Mariela Garriga, Dale Dickey
- IMDb: tt8883524
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I really enjoyed this one. If you like series like Dexter or movies like American psycho, you'll enjoy this one. I discovered Seann on his role in American Pie, so I have watched all his movies. I think he is an underrated actor. He is great here on his role as a killer. I think he is simply amazing. Also, Stiffler's mom here is not funny or attractive.
Now serious, great step up from Seann and his mum.
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Bloodline contains some scenes which, even as a hardened horror fan, are somewhat shocking. If you've seen Maniac (2012), then be prepared for another mainstream actor to surprise you with his dark choice of movie.
Seann William "Stiffmeister" Scott plays a cold and brooding father whose recently new born baby, and the reptitive sleepless nights, awakens his need to kill. But how long can his nocturnal activities go un-noticed by his family ... ?
The movie has strong performances throughout and a twist or two to spice up a simple plot. An exceedingly dry undercurrent of dark humour complements the violent kill sequences, not entirely unlike TV's Dexter, but never interferes with the edgy mood in this slick, dark gem.
I saw the NC-17 version at FrightFest and have heard that this version is not the one going to be screened in US theatres.
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I've been waiting over a year to watch this, ever since I read a review about it from a film festival. I was not disappointed. Well worth the wait. Sean William Scott is a really good actor. He deserves to be more famous than he is. He can do so much more than comedy.
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They already had me at Seann William Scott & Blumhouse, I didn't have to look at anything else so I went in pretty blind, only to discover a surprisingly great lead performance in a bold and brutal Blumhouse release.
Seann William Scott, portraying a therapist (counselor at a high school) who's secretly a serial killer with a mentality that's all about family values, leads this mildly art-house-like, bloody and mean spirited Blumhouse small screen release. The very opening sets the tone swiftly, with the first half an hour showing off treats for the fans of graphic horror, great performances, decent original score and aesthetic values. It's arguable, of course, but I think the first 1/3 of "Bloodline" worked best, it didn't 'grow' afterwards, but stayed just as strong. The story is kind of simple, yet there are one or two twists that You might not expect. I'd have wished for a little more spectacular ending. Whatever the flaws, "Bloodline" still manages to impress, it feels and looks quite cold-blooded, effective. Mad props to Seann William Scott who I'm most definitely now expecting to see in at least a few more horror movies in the years to come. Also, I have to compliment the use of practical FX and the bleakness of some of the kill scenes, well done. Aesthetics-wise "Bloodline" looks like an indie alright, but a it's good one at that.
I think that "Bloodline" has earned the right to be called a character piece, the gore is not the only attraction. I hope people like it as much as me, because "Blumhouse" is doing everything right by producing projects like this one. My rating: 7/10.
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Seann William Scott was my favourite actor growing up. I was bordering on obsessed with his portrayal of 'Stifler' in the 'American Pie' movies. And even though he didn't have a major role in it, he was in 'Final Destination' one of my favourite movies when I was younger. After that though he's never really been able to find another role that suited him so perfectly. I think he was so damned good as 'Stifler' that even now, 20 years later, he is still type-cast. I guess it was only a matter of time before he turned to a more serious role, and let me tell you, it wasn't half bad.
'Bloodline' makes it very clear very early on that this film is not afraid to go to some dark and shocking places. One of the things the audience is forced to watch in graphic detail early on will stick with me for a while. This continues throughout the film, mostly in the form of excessive violence. I really enjoyed that side of things. To me it showed the passion this character had in regards to what he was doing.
Something the movie does very well is show just how tough having a newborn baby is. In fact I thought to myself during the movie that the true horror story here is actually what they're having to deal with in terms of the baby. Something else I noticed in certain scenes is that Scott is capable of possessing incredibly intense eyes. The stares he gives at certain moments are quite captivating to watch.
There's a lot to like about 'Bloodline' but the biggest concern I'd suggest is the film lacks in conflict a little, especially though the first half. When you look back on it everything went a little too smoothly, and even when the film sets itself up with something hanging out the back of a trunk, it doesn't come to anything. The second half of the film becomes more aware of this and puts it right however.
I would recommend not reading th IMDb synopsis if you haven't already. I'm not sure why they phrased it that way but it is very poor and should be removed. 'Bloodline' is a dark, twisty and shocking horror movie where you never know what is going to happen next. Scott puts his heart and soul into his performance and never phones it in and the result is a very good film that I would highly recommend watching.