Blood of Beasts

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Overview

When her father King Thorsson is captured by a fearsome beast driven by the rage of man, fearless fighter Freya (Jane March) must challenge a monster capable of swallowing her entire kingdom in this medieval take on Beauty and the Beast. Despite his daughter's protests, King Thorsson decides to take one last trip to Bear Island before the beautiful Freya is wed to fiancée and heir to the throne Sven (William Gregory Lee). When King Thorsson is betrayed by Sven and led into the lair of a dreaded man-beast (David ...
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Overview

When her father King Thorsson is captured by a fearsome beast driven by the rage of man, fearless fighter Freya (Jane March) must challenge a monster capable of swallowing her entire kingdom in this medieval take on Beauty and the Beast. Despite his daughter's protests, King Thorsson decides to take one last trip to Bear Island before the beautiful Freya is wed to fiancée and heir to the throne Sven (William Gregory Lee). When King Thorsson is betrayed by Sven and led into the lair of a dreaded man-beast (David Dukas), Freya wastes no time in racing to save her beloved father. A former mortal man abandoned by his people and cursed to walk the planet as a horrific monster, the beast lives in isolation and shame as he clings to his last shreds of humanity. When Freya arrives prepared to sacrifice herself for the good of her kingdom and the life of her father, the beast sees in her a beauty that renews his hope for a better life.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/18/2005
  • UPC: 043396121966
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 43,727

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Blood of Beasts
1. Main Titles [4:22]
2. I'll Be Back for You [5:24]
3. Set Sail [6:05]
4. When the Beast Is Dead [7:49]
5. Where's My Father? [3:59]
6. A Secret Revealed [5:14]
7. Trapped in a Cage [5:39]
8. Let Him Go [7:20]
9. Reaching Out [10:09]
10. Be Careful [5:18]
11. A Lonely Man [5:33]
12. Don't Kill Him [4:38]
13. Liar [4:17]
14. Com to Claim His Wife [6:22]
15. Farewell [2:17]
16. End Credits [4:32]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Beauty and the Beast, in the Norse Realm

    Blood of Beasts is just another retelling of Beauty and the Beast, set among the Vikings. Every character is there, even the hated Gaston in the form of Brad Pitt look-alike Sven. The king’s daughter, Freya is beauty, but she’s a lot more, too. She’s a ‘take charge chick’, a warrior, and an interesting character. A lot of the other reviewers have recapped the plot, (some with spoilers, be careful when you read them) so instead of recapping their recaps, let me refute a few of the most recent points made in their reviews to explain why they gave it 1 star and I gave it 4. The people who reviewed it and said it was an LOTR rip-off must not have been watching the same movie I was. Yes, the movie covers are similar, but the films are VERY different from start to finish. As for it being boring, I don’t think so. It isn’t action from start to finish, but it does have lots of nice sword play. Even better when there isn’t fighting there’s delicious character development that makes the likeable characters great and the wretched characters so rude, cruel, and terrible you want to jump into your viewing screen and choke them! The bottom line is you become emotionally invested in this movie, and are sad to see it end. Speaking of characters, another thing I like about this movie is Freya, (Beauty) isn’t a Shrinking Violet. She can fight, she speaks her mind, and she plays a roll in her own destiny. If you’re looking for something that’s high art, this might not be your film. If you’re looking for a smart retelling of a classic fairy tale that will entertain you for an hour and a half, then check this movie out. Recommended for B movie fans, and Fairy Tale lovers alike!

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    Posted February 14, 2010

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