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  • Actors: Rebecca Palmer, Ben Price, Tom Frederic, J.J. Straub, Kurt Rauscher
  • Directors: Robert Krause
  • Writers: Robert Krause, Florian Puchert, Kai Schneppel
  • Producers: Florian Puchert, Oliver Simon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000M2E3G8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #288,193 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Guilty for a drunken one-night stand with a stranger, Anne proposes a romantic escape to the mountains with her boyfriend Michael. The fresh air and scenic beauty do wonders for the couple as they sail down the bike trails of the exotic mountain range...until the stranger from that night reappears...killing Michael and beginning his deadly pursuit.

Customer Reviews

Poor acting, direction and script.
Brook Bobbitt
It was also (rather obviously) built upon an allegory of self-discovery and sexuality, and this is why -- I believe -- the film fails so fully.
Mark Eremite
At least give an effort to think of the things people just aren't going to do, and situations that aren't going to happen.
Rockafella

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 17, 2007
Format: DVD
When it comes to being repulsed by a horror film the most obvious line of demarcation has to do with blood and gore. There is a whole genre of horror films out there today whose primary intent is not just to make you cover your eyes or turn away, but to puke up your cuts ("Saw III", "Wolf Creek", and "Hostel" are just a few notable examples of this particular genre). But clearly there are people who do not want to see Hannibal Lecter sauteing slices of someone's brain let along organs and entrails up close and personal. However, in reading reviews of horror movies and thinking my own personal calculus for evaluating such films I have a working hypothesis that there is a second cinematic element for which viewers have a personal threshold, namely the stupidity of the characters. This is not restricted to the stereotypical damsel in distress, because the remake of "House of Wax" was dominated by the males of the species doing things that made them deserve to die. That being said, it is the female protagonist who keeps trying to prove she is too stupid to live in a horror film where director Robert Krause ("Checkpoint") is trying to come up with something different. The result is a mixed bag.

Rebecca Palmer is Anne, a bike messenger who an unfortunate and quite weird one night stand with Chris (Ben Price), a cycling policeman.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mark Eremite VINE VOICE on April 2, 2007
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Shot in a harsh mini-DV format with an oversaturation of colors, "Blood Trails" is, aesthetically, a visually arresting pic. Its raw lens is focused mainly on a bike messenger named Anne, whose relationship with her boyfriend, Michael, is on the rocks. In a weak moment, she agrees to a one-night stand with a steady-eyed bicycle cop (Chris), and immediately regrets it, as Chris gets a little ... weird. Rueful and ashamed, she tries, the next day, to patch things up with Michael via a nice, quiet bike ride in the woods.

The daytrip turns out to be neither nice nor quiet. Chris has followed them into the mountainside forests and demands complete possession of Anne, which starts with him dispatching of Michael in a ludicrous and altogether laughable fashion. The "horror" that follows Anne for the rest of this tepid film is, we are meant to realize, the repercusions of her single, adulterous mistake.

The problem is that Anne, like most Slasher Pic Sirens, continues to make mistakes in her attempts to find safety and freedom. In fact, of the many, many, many horror/killer films I've seen, Anne has got to be, hands-down, the absolute stupidest heroine I have ever had the misfortune to watch. I wondered, as the film progressed, how any clear-thinking director could expect an audience to find Anne sympathetic, her actions understandable, or her position terrifying.

Not that our villain is any more relatable. In addition to possessing a humbling silence common for most malicious men, Chris is also, apparantly, an expert tracker with something like superhuman strength and agility. Neither he nor Anne seem very real until the final scene. This last burst of full-flowered action is a welcome change of pace, but it is also short and truncated.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Travis Stevens on February 23, 2007
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BLOOD TRAILS is a very calm and precise horror film. It is not a crazy chase slasher type picture, although it does have those traditional moments and they take place on mountain bikes providing a new sort of thrill.

It is a gorgeous looking movie that introduces you to a good looking killer in the opening scene and then spends the rest of the movie nudging our heroine Anne into his arms. It is a romance told through the slasher formula. And this particular courtship is breathtaking and shocking to watch.

Against wide shots of the mountain location(Austria I believe), the personal story of a girl cheating on her boyfriend and regretting how dark the experience got--not the act itself, unfolds in intimate, frantic spurts. She runs, she hides, she asks for help. The killer eliminates all help. This dance eventually forces Anne to confront why she's running, and it is here when the movie goes far beyond the typical horror film. Fans of THE AUDITION will enjoy this intense climax.
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This film made me want to stand up and clap at the end, but I was too emotionally harrowed to do so, that's how good it was.
Even before the tree fell, I was thinking, "This is a lot like In Fear," which is like saying, "This is a lot like some of the best mint chocolate chip ice cream I've ever tasted in my life." That good.
The heroine is the BEST scream queen I've seen since discovering Tamin Sursok. That good.
And anyway, isn't it time we cyclists had our own horror movie. Camping pretty much owns the slasher industry, and there have been horrors based on spelunking (Descent), competitive eating (Taxidermia) and taxidermy (again, Taxidermia). The biking shots are just awesome, as is all the nature photography. And unlike a lot of the movies I like, this one seems VERY accessible to the walkaday horror fan. It's foreign, yeah, but other than that nothing especially weird or experimental, just an exercise in taking it to the very edge.
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