Monday, 2 April 2012
DVD review: Bloodtraffick (2011)
First I´d like to thank Jennifer Thym for sending me a screener of her film.
In a world torn by a war between vampires and angels, Ava Chen (Grace Huang), a human vigilante on the hunt for her missing sisters is lured into the den of a vampire (Kirt Kishita). Bloodtraffick is a independently produced short film from Hong Kong, it´s written and directed by Jennifer Thym. We are in Underworld-esque territory, good performances from the cast, it´s professionally shot and edited with some really nice visuals on display. The setting is excellent and combined with the soundtrack helps to create a creepy mood. We get stylish action combined with horror and some gore but nothing extreme.
This review is based upon a screener provided by Jennifer Thym, the director of the film.
Rating: 6 out of 7. Bloodtraffick is a good looking and well made action/horror short film which feels like it´s bound to become a full length feature, Recommended so check it out.
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