Bad Blood: The Movie

Synopsis: A classic werewolf flick with an amphibious twist; it's a race against time to find the antidote.
Director(s): Tim Reis
Production: Level 33 Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.4
TV-14
Year:
2016
80 min
Website
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- Delivers the ball inside.

Count even at one.

We are here in the bottom

of the seventh.

Wolves enjoying a healthy

7-1 lead on the road.

Scott, it's been like this

all series.

- And it's only the latest

in a string of trouble

for the frogs,

ever since

team captain Mike cabrera

was suspended for steroid use

all the way back in march.

- Yeah.

For any team,

much less this one.

Fastball delivered high.

Swung up above foul.

Strike two.

You lose a guy like cabrera --

as you mentioned,

a leader in the clubhouse,

a leader on the field.

Boys are basically flyin' blind

out there without him.

- It's funny.

When you look at it,

their last 17 games,

they lost 15.

- That's not funny.

- And you know

what's even scarier than that?

- What is?

- Is, in those games,

they only scored 19 runs.

- That averages out

to 1.26 runs per game

down here at the stat sheet.

That's just not

where you want to be.

- The following message

has been transmitted

at the request of the drayton

county police department.

An escape has occurred

from the drayton county

correctional facility.

One subject,

mark beltran has escaped.

He is described

as a white male,

5 feet, 11 inches tall.

He has blue eyes and light brown

shoulder-length hair.

The subject was last seen

wearing an orange jumpsuit.

He should be considered

armed and dangerous.

- I don't know.

Why does it matter?

- Well, I think it's wonderful

that you're taking

this time off.

I really do.

It's something that I wish

that I had done

when I was your age.

Victoria?

- Uh,

yeah, uh, it's great.

- Well, it's good

to have you home, honey.

- You plan on going back

next semester?

Or is it gonna take longer

than that to "find yourself"

or whatever it is

that's happening here?

Don't look at me.

- You don't know that!

- Oh, I've watched

enough daytime TV

to know a junkie

when I see one, sweetheart.

- Shh! She'll hear you!

- Good!

Let her hear!

I want her to hear!

- Look, you just need

to give her some time.

That's all it is!

This is new to her!

I mean, hell,

it's new to me, too!

After Michael passed --

- oh, enough already!

That was almost 2 years ago!

It's time she moved past that.

You have.

- Look, Wade, I love you.

We just need some time

to adjust.

That's all it is.

Look, I know her.

She will come around eventually.

She's just never

dealt well with change.

- Change

is all there is, Lillian.

Hell, Wade Jr.'s,

what, 10, 12 years old.

He's already been through

four mothers in his lifetime.

Victoria could learn

a thing or two from him.

- What are you doing?

- Holy shit!

Junior, don't do that.

- Where are you going?

- Shut up. Keep your voice down.

Where are you going?

- Nowhere.

What are you doing out of bed?

- Got hungry.

- Shh, shh!

- Got hungry.

Does my dad know

you're taking his car nowhere?

- Okay.

No, and he can't find out.

You keep full-sized candy bars

in the house?

Okay. Please, junior,

just promise me that

you won't say anything to them.

They think that I'm sleeping.

Please, just do me

this one favor.

And I swear I will never ask you

for anything

ever again.

Promise me, shit head.

- Okay.

- Thank you. I mean it.

- Shit. Shit. Shit. Shit.

Damn it, junior.

- Victoria!

- Shit. Shit.

Shit.

- Get back here with my car!

Victoria, where are you going?

Victoria!

Son of a bitch. God damn it.

- What are you doing, Wade?

- 911, what is your emergency?

- Yes, I need to report

a stolen vehicle.

- Okay, sir.

- No, Wade. Please, no.

- Is there a medical emergency

or violent crime in progress?

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