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In this dark comedy, a woman fascinated with crime has an unexpected brush with a famous murderer's handiwork. Gabriela (Angela Jones) is a Colombian immigrant living in Miami who has been fascinated with violent death since she saw a falling corpse pass by her window as a child. Today she works for a cleaning service that specializes in mopping up the blood, gore, and bone fragments left behind at crime scenes, and she is tickled to discover one day that she's cleaning up after an execution by her favorite at-large serial murderer, The Blue Blood Killer (William Baldwin), so named because his victims are all wealthy women. But Gabriela doesn't know that the killer is still in the building; he managed to lock himself in the wine cellar while trying to escape, and he is slowly trying to remove the bolts from its lock while Gabriela makes the place livable again. However, while cleaning, she discovers a piece of evidence that could confirm the identity of the killer, just as he's about to emerge from the cellar. Curdled is an expanded version of a short film that director Reb Braddock made in 1991; the short inspired one of the episodes in Quentin Tarantino's film Pulp Fiction, and Tarantino in turn helped produce this feature-length remake, as well as making a cameo appearance.

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Angela Jones
as Gabriela
William Baldwin
as Paul Guell
Bruce Ramsay
as Eduardo
Lois Chiles
as Katrina Brandt
Carmen Lopez
as Lourdes
Kelly Preston
as Kelly Hogue
Lupitz Ferrer
as Marie Clement
Sabrina Cowan
as Red Haired Waitress
Charles J. Tucker
as Sam the Barback
Alyssa Tacher
as Young Gabriela
Nattacha Amador
as Young Gabriela's Mother
Therese Marie Guitierez
as P.F.C.S. Spokesmaid
Jay Amor
as Falling Man
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Critic Reviews for Curdled

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Audience Reviews for Curdled

  • May 15, 2009
    It's not bad and an overall different movie with a destinctive style. You have an attractive woman who's facinated with murders and serial killers and decides to become a post forenic cleaner where she cleans crime scenes. While working, she can see how the victims were killed and every detail about the crime. While checking out one scene, she ends up running into the serial killer who commited the crime that she's supposed to clean up. It's ok, I can see why Tarantino like it due to it's different style and use of music, but It's only ok in my eyes.
    ZACHO D Super Reviewer
  • Sep 23, 2007
    This movie is so dark and somehow funny. I love it!
    Hogans H Super Reviewer
  • Dec 17, 2006
    Crap, set to the tango. Like Dirty Dancing with gratuitous bloodshed.
    xGary X Super Reviewer

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