This movie really isn't very good. At all. Acting is terrible, dialogue really bad. I LIKE low-budget, cheesy vampire flicks, and this was just. Bad. All around. Hey it other people liked it, more power to them, but I almost gave up watching it a couple times. I don't get why the rating is so high, I've watched 4 star flicks I've enjoyed much, much more.
Bloodrunners (2017) 720p YIFY Movie
Bloodrunners is a movie starring Ice-T, Michael McFadden, and Chris James Boylan. Set in 1930s prohibition, a corrupt cop discovers that the popular speakeasy in town has been infiltrated by vampires.
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The Synopsis for Bloodrunners (2017) 720p
It's 1933 and prohibition has proven very profitable for corrupt cops like Jack Malone. He collects 'luxury tax' from every bootlegger and scofflaw in town. Shaking down the newly opened speakeasy should've been simple, but instead, Jack and his men uncover a clan of vampires hell bent on taking over the town.
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The Reviews for Bloodrunners (2017) 720p
I don't get why this is rated so well.Reviewed byptf_rpVote: 2/10
Exactly what I thought it was gonna be... which is not a bad thing. Ice-T plays a big baddie and Michael McFadden plays a crooked cop. Both the hero and villain are bad guys, so the filmmakers added a young couple to be the poor suckers caught up in the battle.
The movie is fast paced and is a-typical in that there is some decent drama mixed in with Vampires and gun fights.
Something different. I never saw a vampire movie in the gangster - prohibition setting. The movie is about a corrupt cop and his partner taking money from all the corrupt rackets in town. The try to shake down a speakeasy run by Ice-T and all hell breaks loose.
Decent action sequences, vampire action kept to a minimum, but used to great effect when done.
There are some subplots is about a young caught in the middle of the conflict and the World War 1 trauma of the lead character. There is a funny priest in there too.
Pacing is fast and the weak spots are glossed over pretty well. In all, I found it to be both entertaining and engaging.