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Blood Ties: Season 2

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Blood Ties Season 2 picks up with Vicky Nelson and Henry Fitzroy being drawn into baffling cases involving a terrifying pantheon of occult adversaries. While Henry deals with Christina, the vampire from Henry s past who turned him into a Vampire 480 years ago.

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Photo gallery

Season 1 trailer

Product Details

  • Actors: Kyle Schmid, Dylan Neal, Christina Cox, Gina Holden, Françoise Yip
  • Directors: James Dunnison
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Run Time: 405 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B002DLB1H0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,639 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 26, 2009
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The center of "Blood Ties" has always been the love triangle between PI Vicky Nelson, cop Mike Celucci, and vampire Henry Fitzroy.

But that love triangle starts constricting painfully in the second season of "Blood Ties," which finishes the all-too-short horror/mystery series. The plots are solid whodunnits and thrillers that center around strange supernatural beasties and items, and the trio of lead actors are excellent (particularly the striking Kyle Schmid). The one problem is the ending -- it's a big fat "to be continued" that leaves you craving a wrap-up TV movie.

When a wealthy man is brutally killed, Mike (Dylan Neal) knows he has the right suspect, a sneering woman who was at the crime scene. The problem is, the man died from being savaged by a giant cat -- and Mike saw her eyes glow when she was upset. So Vicki (Christina Cox) and Henry (Schmid) start investigating the woman's home and her family -- and uncover an ancient family secret and a tragic loss.

Among the other cases they handle: creepy art and men drowned with oil paint, a mysterious box that sticks Vicki in a time loop, a Goth club being threatened by a strange drug and insect attacks, a gang of truckjackers accidentally let loose an Incan mummy, and a murderer who suddenly changes his story (claiming psychic visions). And Henry unexpectedly seeks Mike's help when another vampire starts killing in his territory... leading to a reunion with the slinky Christina, his ex-lover/vampire-mother, who's got a nasty problem that is more than it seems.

Unfortunately, all this supernatural stuff is slowly crumbling away Mike's professional credibility, and the relationship between the three of them is getting increasingly tense.
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To clear up some of the confusion brought on by the reviews written before Season 2 of Blood Ties was actually released on DVD:

1) There were 22 episodes filmed according to the Internet Movie Database and the Lifetime Network website.

2) In the US and Canada (Region 1), the first twelve episodes are on the "Season One" DVDs and the last 10 episodes are on the "Season Two" DVDs.

3) In the UK (Region 2), all 22 episodes are in one DVD set which is labeled "The Complete First Season." It probably should have been called "The Complete Series."

Other than that, image quality is about the same on the R1 and R2 DVDs. Both R1 and R2 are widescreen even though the R1 DVD case says "4:3 Screen Format." They are also English only and have no subtitles.

The only bonus features on the US (R1) version are the Season One trailer and a photo gallery with 32 still photos. The UK (R2) version has no bonus features.

If you have a multiregion DVD player, the UK version from Amazon UK is a far better deal.

Without a doubt, this exceptional series deserves 6 stars and the studio deserves 0 stars for not selling the complete series in one set for a combined rating of 3 stars.
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I can safely say I was addicted to this show! Kyle Schmid as vampire Henry Fitzroy is most definitely the hottest vampire ever....whether on the big screen or the small. This show was funny, it had action, great chemistry between its characters and it was never given a chance by LifetimeTV. It ended with such a cliffhanger I figured we'd at least get a TV movie to tie things up, but we never got a thing. The show was based on Tanya Huff's Blood Books, but the show was far superior to the books. In the UK the whole show was sold as one set of DVDs. They needed to wring a few more bucks out of us here in the US, but that's okay. My favorite "vampire" show ever!
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This show reminds me of another cut short show (firefly) that I fully enjoyed cancelled too soon. If you enjoyed buffy the vampire slayer or angel or true blood, then you will enjoy this one with a more adult mind set (though unfortunately lacking in a lot of adult content partly due to this once being on regular tv, like buffy--and made as short seasons or half seasons and only 2 of them, if it had more time maybe more adult sexual them would have come in with some of the 3 main characters). I loved watching this crime drama with a usual supernatural villian getting his/her/its booty kicked by a going blind nonsuperpowered grownup buffy character with the help of a playful at times and serious at times sexy vampire, with the ex also throwing in some police help and giving some comedy of competing against vamp for the affections of the female lead. Still wish the show had went for a much longer time than it did so the characters could of been fully used and gone through more together.
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I loved this series when it was on TV. Vicki Nelson, P.I. was quite a woman! It is so very rare to see a TV series where the lead is a strong female! And she's strong and in charge even though there are also two very handsome and strong men around.

Henry Fitzroy, the vampire is not just sexy or typical of the vampire genre. He's not evil, nor is he tortured by his "evil nature" like so many vampires. He's "always had a pretty good opinion of himself, and hundreds of years of positive reinforcement."

Michael Celluci, the human detective, and the third person in the love triangle is strong and handsome and very human.

There's a "monster of the week" in every episode, but the show is all about those three and how they deal with each other under difficult circumstances.
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