Posted in Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on April 20th, 2011
“I guess every town has their own boogeyman stories… There’s always a moral, mainly don’t pick on the nerdy kids, don’t have pre-marital sex, don’t do drugs.”
In the case of Blood Oath the local stories involve a family called the Krupps. Apparently they had trouble having a baby, so they sought supernatural help. A witch instructed them to place a drop of each of their blood in a vial and bury it at the base of an ancient tree. Suddenly the Krupps are pregnant with twin girls. Of course, every deal with evil requires a sacrifice, and when the Krupps refuse to give one of their two children, evil takes its own course.
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