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  • Actors: Sophie Monk, Anya Lahiri, Scout Taylor-Compton, Justin Shilton, Patrick Renna
  • Directors: Ron Carlson
  • Writers: Ron Carlson
  • Producers: Ron Carlson, Brandon K. Hogan, Chris Lytton, Mark Hodos, Rachel North
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • 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: April 27, 2010
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0037E8HNS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #234,960 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Life Blood" on IMDb

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Forty years ago a supernatural force vanquished Brooke and Rhea, a sexy lipstick lesbian couple, after they committed an inconceivable murder. Now, on New Year's Eve, they'll rise from the dead. Still hot and still a couple, they're back as vampires. Enamored with their newfound power, it's no longer a question of whether they will kill again, but of how.

Customer Reviews

There is a touch of humor and some decent gore effects, but nothing special.
C. Christopher Blackshere
Sophie Monk as Brooke is certainly sultry, but given that she doesn't actually have sex with anyone she's used as nothing more than a tease.
lecudedag
Don't waste your money, unless you just like the eye candy of the women in a couple of scenes.
P. Hook

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By lecudedag on May 12, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Released in some places as Murder World, Life Blood is a strange story of two lesbian vampires, made vampires by God - who in this film is a woman.

God (Angela Lindvall) decides back in the late 60s to make one lesbian - Rhea (Anya Lahiri) a vampire to act as God's tool in taking out bad people. Anya pleads that her gal-pal Brooke (Sophie Monk) also be made a vampire too.

God says that Brooke doesn't have a good heart like Rhea, but decides to make her one, anyway.

For some reason the two vampires come out of some kind of cocoon in the present (so God didn't need them right-away??).

Both stride around the desert in the underwear (see front cover), apparently their dresses didn't make the transition of 40 years!

Brooke, the evil vampire starts a small killing spree, and they end up at the strangely named desert gas station - Murder World.

Brooke kills a few more people and is finally stopped by Anya.

The vampirism is fangless - Brooke simply rips at people's throats. Anya doesn't play vampire on anyone at all. Brooke rescues one young woman from all this, and decides to have her as her companion on her original mission of killing bad guys. BUT we don't see her make her companion into a vampire.

As for the 'lesbianism', its simply the two leads kissing on the lips. Even 'God' kisses Anya on the lips. No one gets their clothes off. This is titilation for young teens, no more. Sophie Monk as Brooke is certainly sultry, but given that she doesn't actually have sex with anyone she's used as nothing more than a tease.

Over-all then this film never delivers anything like it should have.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By NELMES316 on April 18, 2010
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This film is fantastic. God, gore, guns and lesbians. What more could you ask for? Lovers Rhea and Brooke are attending a New Years Eve party in 1969. After a rather vicious and unpleasant incident occurs, the two girls flee. On the way however they have a run in with god. 40 years later the girls awake as Vampire avengers. And when the two girls reach the Murder World gas station all hell breaks loose. What follows is sexy, gory and funny. The death scenes while not very original have some quality special FX. Most of the film's humour is provided by the legend that is Charles Napier. He brings his brilliant dry wit to the character of Sherriff Tillman. The repartee between him and Danny Woodburn is hilarious. But I'm going to honest; this film is all about the talented and smoking hot Sophie Monk. No one can play a bad girl quite like her. She oozes sex but also manages to be very menacing at the same time. She gets to have the most fun in this film. And clearly shows what a fine actress she is. All in all I thought this was a nice twist on the standard lesbian vampire narrative. I can candidly say that the scene with Sophie Monk and Anya Lahiri walking down the highway on a moonlit night is an image I will not soon forget. This film is not perfect by any means. and even though 80% of the action takes place in the gas station. It was just so much fun that at no point was I bored. Look out for a cameo from Halloweens Scout Taylor-Compton and for the amusing fake TV programme chicks chase chickens.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Christopher Blackshere on May 21, 2010
Format: DVD
Also known by the title Murder World, this straight-to-video vampire flick offers a few reasons to make it fairly watchable. Most notably the beautiful English-Australian pop singer/model/actress Sophie Monk(The Hills Run Red). She's definitely not your average creature of the night.

Brooke and Rhea are a nice young lesbian couple that committed an inconceivable murder at a party back in the 60's. Instead of being punished, God (a female God btw) decides to recruit them as her tool for destroying evil. So 40 years later (I guess God is a great procrastinator) these ladies are sent back to Earth as blood-sucking vampire zombie angel lesbians. Yee-haw.

This twist to the genre doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but at least it's something different. The two fangless femme fatales wander around the desert in their underwear and start a vicious killing spree. There is a touch of humor and some decent gore effects, but nothing special. Plus some people might enjoy the moments of gratuitous nudity from the backup actresses.

I do feel like the concept of punishing evildoers wasn't developed near enough. The story essentially consists of one lady vampire killing random people while her partner is conflicted with the senseless violence, despite God's orders. Anyway, this mission did seem to lack any real purpose. Why couldn't these sexy bloodsuckers go after terrorists, pedophiles, drug dealers and other scumbags? There is absolutely no justice in this world.

I was surprised by the abrupt ending, which seemed way too rushed. Anyway, this isn't a complete waste. Vampire lovers might wanna take a look.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on March 13, 2012
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Brooke (Sophie Monk) and Rhea ( Anya Lahiri) are models at a New Year's party in 1969. Brooke kills a guy by stabbing him a mere 87 times with a knitting needle (?). They take off and while in the desert, the goddess transforms them (after 40 years in the ground) into vampires who are supposed to rid the world of evil people. Brooke has other ideas.

The idea is interesting, but the execution is low budget as too much of the action takes place in a desert convenience store. Sophie Monk is always good eye candy.

F-bomb, girls making out, nudity (background party girls, not Sophie)
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