Bleeders

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A family of incestuous Dutch aristocrats emigrates to New England, and 300 years later, their long-lost descendent returns to the ancestral environs to research his rare blood disorder in this low-budget horror flick based on a mothballed Dan O'Bannon script. Orphan John (Roy Dupuis) yearns for more information about his family -- and the genetic disorder that threatens his life. Arriving on the Maine island to which he's traced his ancestry, just as its cemetary is being dug up and relocated due to health-code ...
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A family of incestuous Dutch aristocrats emigrates to New England, and 300 years later, their long-lost descendent returns to the ancestral environs to research his rare blood disorder in this low-budget horror flick based on a mothballed Dan O'Bannon script. Orphan John (Roy Dupuis) yearns for more information about his family -- and the genetic disorder that threatens his life. Arriving on the Maine island to which he's traced his ancestry, just as its cemetary is being dug up and relocated due to health-code violations, he and his wife, Kathleen (Kristin Lehman) encounter a gin-soaked old M.D. (Rutger Hauer) who agrees to help them in their search for more information. Meanwhile, residents of the island begin to disappear one by one and it appears that a race of horrific mutants is to blame. Slowly realizing the links between John's family legacy and the attacks, the island's surviving residents band together to fend off the monstrous threat.
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Special Features

Interactive menus; Scene index; Digitally mastered
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All Movie Guide - Brian J. Dillard
The best thing about this half-baked horror quickie is the sickening, if amateurish, puppetry used to portray the legless, embalming fluid-addicted hermaphrodites that threaten a small island village. French-Canadian heartthrob Roy Dupuis of television's La Femme Nikita brings tortured goth angst to the role of John, the prodigal son of the incestuous mutant dynasty. Unfortunately, though, an allegedly over-the-top love scene with co-star Kristin Lehman was excised for the American release, leaving only a disgusting epilogue involving John's deformed but loving sister/brother for sexual titilation. Elsewhere, Rutger Hauer brings his usual B-movie up-for-it-ness to the role of the doctor who assists John in his quest, while Leni Parker plays a memorable bit part as mute islander Baby Laura, who figures prominently in the village-against-the-mutants finale. Laughably inept even by low-budget horror standards, Hemoglobin nevertheless demonstrates that salacious gothic clich├ęs and grotesquely novel special effects can provide some marginal entertainment value even when they're executed remarkably poorly.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/7/2003
  • UPC: 096009125899
  • Original Release: 1997
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  • Source: Echo Bridge
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rutger Hauer M.D.
Roy Dupuis John
Kristin Lehman Kathleen
Leni Parker Baby Laura
Technical Credits
Peter Svatek Director
Charles Adair Screenwriter
Julie Allan Producer
John Buchanan Executive Producer
Luc Campeau Asst. Director
Ed Elbert Executive Producer
Heidi Haines Editor
Gary Howsam Executive Producer
Pieter Kroonenburg Producer
Claire Nadon Costumes/Costume Designer
Dan O'Bannon Screenwriter
Alan Reeves Score Composer
Ronald Shusett Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Eva Van Daam [4:02]
2. The Sickness [9:39]
3. Tremors [4:20]
4. Funeral Parlor [8:04]
5. Grave Robbers [12:06]
6. A Coming Storm [7:01]
7. Cravings [8:32]
8. Phone's Dead [6:17]
9. Discovery [5:37]
10. Light House [11:24]
11. The Attack [7:26]
12. Evacuation [7:56]
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Side #1 --
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   Trivia Quiz
   Trailer
   Play
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