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Innocent Blood is an utterly cheesy but fun early 1990s vampire drama with an over-the-top performance from Robert Loggia and French actress Anne Parillaud is, ahem, well suited for the vampirella femme fatale central role.

 

 

Innocent Blood
— Warner Archive Collection —
(1992)

Genre(s): Horror, Comedy
Warner Archive | NR – 115 min. – $21.99 | September 19, 2017

Date Published: 10/23/2017 | Author: The Movieman

 


MOVIE INFO:
Directed by: John Landis
Writer(s): Michael Wolk (written by)
Cast: Anne Parillaud, Robert Loggia, Anthony LaPaglia, Don Rickles
DISC INFO:
Features: Theatrical Trailer
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: Blu-ray
Number of Discs: 1
Audio: English (DTS-HD MA 2.0 Stereo)
Video: 1080p/Widescreen 1.78
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish
Disc Size: NA
Codecs: MPEG-4 AVC
Region(s): A, B, C

 


PLOT SYNOPSIS


Marie (ANNE PARILLAUD) is a vampire who imperils Pittsburgh when she fails to kill off one of her victims, mob boss Sal Macelli (ROBERT LOGGIA), Sal realizes what a lucky stiff he is: a vampire with deadly powers. If Marie and her undercover cop boyfriend (ANTHONY LAPAGLIA) can’t stop the mobster’s new “family” of goons, Pittsburgh will be the pits.

 

SPECIAL FEATURES – 0.5/5


The only feature is the Theatrical Trailer (1:58; HD).

 


VIDEO – 4.0/5, AUDIO – 3.75/5


Warner brings Innocent Blood onto Blu-ray through their Manufactured On Demand program, Archive Collection, presented with a 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio and a new remastered 1080p high-definition transfer. For the most part this does look good with sharp enough detail, close-ups especially while the more distant shots less so, and colors, even in a darkly lit movie, are decent. There might be a spec or two here and there but this is mostly clean.

The DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Stereo track provides for some clear dialogue levels coming though while the more bloody and violent scenes does have some modest depth, just nothing overwhelming.


OVERALL – 3.5/5


Overall, Innocent Blood is an utterly cheesy but fun early 1990s vampire drama with an over-the-top performance from Robert Loggia and French actress Anne Parillaud is, ahem, well suited for the vampirella femme fatale central role. The Blu-ray is on the basic side in terms of features but the new HD transfer is nicely done and the audio adequate enough.

 

 

 

 

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