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College bound, Amber Strickland finds herself stranded after her jeep breaks down on a desolate highway deep in the Southern backwoods. Brutally abducted, she awakens alongside other women, imprisoned by a demented inbred family. Her nightmare quickly worsens when she is forced to face the other victims in a fight to the death. What she doesn't know is that the survivors have the grimmest fate of all... to carry on the family bloodline!!!

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  • Actors: Douglas Tait, Grace Johnston, Jason Padgett, Tracy Kay
  • Directors: Stephen Durham
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Thinkfilm
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2006
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O76TV8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,327 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover in Omaha on September 16, 2007
Format: DVD
Uneducated, inbred freaks who live in a wooden shack in the hills! Welcome to Kentucky. It has to be tough to live in Kentucky or West Virginia when a writer gets an idea to do a film about inbreeding. You know they are going to place it in your state. Kind of like living in Cleveland and hearing all the Cleveland jokes. (I know) Anyway, I am pretty sure that the folks represented here as denizens of Kentucky are probably not your every day regular Kentucky citizen. As for the film, it was pretty standard fare in this genre. There was some pretty sadistic stuff. This wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen. In fact, the last half hour was pretty interesting. The rape scenes were hard to describe. I guess any perpatrator would be unpleasant, but the guy in this film that forced himself upon the girls. He was one gross-out hunk of filth. You had to love him. The gang of bad guys seemed to be pretty easy to dispatch and the ending with everyone going away happy was kind of lame, but if you are into a little psychological abuse and some hokey make-up work, you could do worse than this one. Good for a one time rental.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Hocker on October 27, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film had potential. The acting was passable and at times pretty good, but the screenwriting left a lot to be desired. The abs were attractive....

Essentially, sister goes off to college, gets abducted by inbreds, and is rescued by bro & company. Promising story line-- but the screen play did not provide enough support for bro & company go off and initiate violent encounters. The writing was two dimensional in this respect. Also, the inbreds used perfectly good bloodstock for death matches, seems terribly wasteful to me although it saves on the filming budget for extras. The ending was reasonably satisfying.

To me the film simply had too many places where the dots did not connect, combined with areas where clearly the film was sacrificed for cost reasons.

There were some good high points-- the baby scene was good, the latrine escape was good, and some people weren't quite what one expects.

I'd move the film to a 3 or 4 if the screenplay had Jimmy Bob and Bobby Joe also picking up fresh young runaway stock from, say Louisville-- and Cleveland?-- in addition to help from the gas station rat, and only using barren bloodstock for games. The gas station rat should have been better implicated (maybe a partly chopped Jeep in the garage?). Stock ought to be in pens in the run down tobacco barn out back too, keep the goats in the house. Pigs make a convenient disposal method when the deformed ones are done with the "still warm" bodies. The baby scene(s) could be expanded and made more horrific. The film had chilling potential that was simply not realized.

Note that _Bloodlines_ wasn't shot in Kentucky, but a nearby state. Guess Kentuck wouldn't provide any support, well, hardly surprising considering the topic.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 24, 2011
Format: DVD
Set in Kentucky, Bloodlines (2007) is another low budget entry in the backwoods horror genre. It incorporates several familiar elements, including strong family ties, kidnapping, rape, inbreeding, and references to cannibalism. The acting is not always convincing, but after a shaky start, things come together for some decent action and gore, resulting in a film that turns out better than it first appeared it might.

Collegebound Amber Strickland (Grace Johnson) stops for gas at a service station with a creepy attendant. A short distance down the road her car dies out, and in no time flat Amber finds herself a prisoner in a house deep in the woods. She wakes up in room with two other women, Jenny (Tracy Kay) and one mean bitch (Mallory Durham). Eventually it becomes clear that the Hackfords, a family that includes some inbred freaks, captures women for breeding purposes. Pairs of women are first made to fight each other to the death, with the survivor then being raped by Billy Bob (Jason Padgett), the leader of the clan. All about spreading his seed, old Billy Bob is also having sex with his sisters.

Amber's family ties are also very strong, as her brothers Brody (Douglas Tait) and Bear (Dorian Kingi, the son of Lindsay Wagner) grab their knives, and load their bows and arrows in their SUV, and head out to get their "baby girl" back. They quickly pick up her trail, and after putting the gas station attendant out of business, head through the woods for the Hackford's cabin, taking out any opposition they encounter. Amber and Jenny have managed to escape, and the Strictland boys find their sister, and head back to their truck. Billy Bob gathers what's left of his clan and they head out into the night to hunt down the escapees.
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