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Blu-ray Review - Pale Blood


With vampire entertainment going in all sorts of directions during the 1980s, 1990's "Pale Blood" makes a decision to remain at arm's length from the competition. Screenwriters Takashi Matsuoka and V.V. Dachin Hsu (who also directs) return to familiar stomping grounds with their vision of trouble within the L.A. nightlife scene, but they provide a different examination of vampire mythos and madness with their endeavor, which aims to be more of a psychological take on troubles involving the creatures of the night. "Pale Blood" offers an interesting first half, dealing with world-building and characterization, which is almost enough to support the entire viewing experience, as the production has difficulty sustaining mystery and excitement from start to finish. Read the rest at


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