Blood Crime (2002)

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Blood Crime is a made-for-TV movie directed by William A. Graham. Johnathon Schaech plays homicide detective Daniel Pruitt, who goes on a vacation to a small town with his wife, Jessica (Elizabeth Lackey). Soon Jessica is attacked and Daniel takes it upon himself to find the culprit. He runs into problems with the local sheriff, Morgan McKenna (James Caan), when a murder is accidentally committed. Inevitably, Daniel is accused of the crime and must catch the real killer in order to clear his name. Blood Crime premiered over the USA Network on September 13, 2002.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Drama , Mystery & Suspense , Television
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Studio:
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Cast

James Caan
as Sheriff Morgan McKenna
Johnathon Schaech
as Daniel Pruitt
Elizabeth Lackey
as Jessica Pruitt
Andrew Binns
as Dep. Forrest
Sydney Jackson
as Roy Biggs
Paul Glover
as Bobby
John Atkinson
as Red Sawyer
Ted Clark
as Wayne Skuggs
David Field
as Jonah Ganz
Jenny Apostolu
as Mary Ellen
Fraley Cerutti
as Big Man
Bruce Hopkins
as Hostage Man
Ingrid Park
as Hostage Woman
Susan Brady
as Dr. Susan
Marissa Stott
as Receptionist Nurse
Tim Lee
as John Drexel
Peter Mason
as Janitor
Robert Steadman
as Country Man
William Wallace
as Second Deputy
Gerard Kennedy
as Kaiwanasha
William A. Wallace
as Second Deputy
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Critic Reviews for Blood Crime

All Critics (2)

Blood Crime is precisely what one would expect from a movie "presented by the USA Network". And that ain't much.

Full Review… | March 31, 2004
eFilmCritic.com

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.

December 30, 2002
Moviehole

Audience Reviews for Blood Crime

½

Fair James Caan outing. Jonathan Schaech holds his own also. Typical plot and result where there were no surprises.

Pete Skeris
Pete Skeris

An interesting flick.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

Super Reviewer

blood crime is slow, boring, unoriginal, and just a bad movie featuring james caan who is a good actor. you know the movie isn't going to be that great when its presented by the USA network. the storyline is dull as well as its pacing like i mentioned before. also, it has a bunch of austrailian actors using yank accents....that doesn't work out very well at all.

Adrian Fylonenko
Adrian Fylonenko

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