Blood from Stone


Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 14


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116 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by muauroraa 10 / 10 / 10

Blood From Stone isn't like any vampire movie I've ever seen.

Blood From Stone isn't like any vampire movie I've ever seen. It has all the best elements of a vampire flick, but is reimagined in a modern way. This movie is thought provoking in so many ways; it thoughtfully shines a light on the human condition. This film is able to carry heavy existential themes with its perfect balance of humor, irony, and action. The acting is heartfelt and genuine, with just the right amount of intensity (which hasn't been achieved in many vampire flicks). Aesthetically, the film is stunning! The cinematography, lighting, and score make it so fun to watch!!!

Reviewed by silkroadfilms 8 / 10 / 10

If Vampires had to deal with human issues

Blood from Stone is thoroughly entertaining take on the vampire genre. It reminds me of the movie The Hunger. However this film is much more grounded. The vampires are struggling with the weight of being undead and trying to have a semblance of normality in a modern human world. The main vampire, Jure is battling emotional and substance abuse issues. A lot of the humor is derived from his life spiraling out of control, almost an allegory for a junkie just about to hit rock bottom. The core of its story is a family and relationship drama wrapped around a vampire theme. Several scenes get bloody enough to satisfy horror fans and the dark comedy ebbs and flows like waves whenever Jure is out on a hunt. The acting and casting is solid with Gabriella Toth and Nika Khitrova rounding out the main cast. Definitely a fun to watch indie horror film.

Reviewed by janepojawa 8 / 10 / 10

Great Acting, Solid Writing

Joe's life is falling apart. He's self-destructive, he's an alcoholic and he just followed his love, Darya, to Las Vegas to try to make things right with her. It's going about as well as you'd expect. She's had enough and calls his big sister Viktoria to come straighten him out. And that's when all hell breaks loose. You see, they're all vampires. This story unfolds at a leisurely pace, except for the murders which happen swiftly and brutally. The acting is excellent throughout and not just for the main characters, Vanja Kapetanovic, Gabriella Toth and the sublime Nika Khitrova - even the victims bring a lot of weight to their roles. This is a spare, character-driven piece, more like Let the Right One In and less like Twilight. Well-written and thoughtful with some terrific performances.

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