A rogue love story centered on a female correctional officer whose life is turned upside down by the fleeting affections of her lover - a male convict whose charm is only as genuine as his desire to be free.
Erik LaRay Harvey
Rafi (Anne Curtis) is happily committed to her lovely partner in life, Mark (Derek Ramsay). She's a bachelorette from a rich family, who belongs to the "Friday Club", the regular ... See full summary »
Crystal, the girlfriend of Roman, Jeremiah's American boss whom he kidnaps. As Jeremiah's plans fail, Roman sends Bill, a psychopathic hitman after them. Crystal and Jeremiah tread the dangerous path of a love on the run. But as they run farther and as they fall deeper, a dark secret burns even stronger.Written by
Blood Ransom : This is how Vampire movies should be made
A very dark, gritty and bloody take on the vampire mythos, Blood Ransom is one of my favorite in this genre. It's sexy and very violent, which is how these kinds of movies are supposed to be. In a generation where you only see watered down PG-13 vampire flicks, I this one stands out. The performances are quite good, especially Anne Curtis and Alexander Dreymon. They look so perfect together. There's something between them that makes them so believable as two people with eternal love for each other. I must also say that Anne Curtis is so perfect in this role. Her gaze, as everyone who have seen the movie said, is so stunning and hypnotizing. Caleb Hunt is also terrifying in his role. He is a very antagonist and really pumps up the tension. Director Francis Dela Torre succeeded in all levels in this film despite the budget constraints. I especially love the final shot of the film. Love seeing Crystal walking alone the deserted highway, feeling and enjoying the sun. That image was the best. Two Thumbs up!
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