Blood Crime (2002)
Release Date: Sep 13, 2002 Wide
Average Rating: 2.7/5
User Ratings: 100
At first, the made-for-cable melodrama Blood Crime seems determined to emulate the classic Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode "Revenge" -- but there's far, far more to it than that. Vacationing in the forest outside his native Seattle, city detective Daniel Pruitt (Johnathon Schaech) is stunned when his wife Jessica (Elizabeth Lackey) is sexually assaulted. While driving her to the hospital, Daniel collides with a semi, whereupon Jessica insists that the driver was her assailant. Blinded by his
Sep 13, 2002 Wide
Jan 28, 2003
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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Blood Crime is precisely what one would expect from a movie "presented by the USA Network". And that ain't much.
An intriguing synopsis doesn't always mean compelling watching. Firstly, because much of the Australian support cast are sporting appalling Yank accents, and because of the vacillating, stale script.
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