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Blood Trail (2005)

An evil spirit takes possession of one member of a group of cowboys who disturbed a sacred Indian burial ground.


Barry Tubb


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Raoul Max Trujillo ... Bloody Hands Spirit (as Raoul Trujillo)
Barry Tubb ... Need Hawks
R.J. Preston R.J. Preston ... Ben Logan
Adrian Pasdar ... Chase Leonard
Shawn Howard Shawn Howard ... Olden Gooseberry
Larry Mahan Larry Mahan ... Jim Valesky
Craig Ironpipe Craig Ironpipe ... Wolf
Tuff Hedeman Tuff Hedeman ... Roy D. Mercer
Ty O'Neal ... Juble Fletcher
Joe Ely ... Dave Robertson
Sarah Essex Sarah Essex ... Madge Robertson
Summer Vardeman Summer Vardeman ... Sarah Robertson
Tuff Cooper Tuff Cooper ... Jasper Robertson
Cliff Cooper Cliff Cooper ... Newt Robertson
Magali Amadli Magali Amadli ... Naomi


An evil spirit takes possession of one member of a group of cowboys who disturbed a sacred Indian burial ground.

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Horror | Western

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence






Release Date:

12 April 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rastro sangriento See more »

Filming Locations:

Snyder, Texas, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Madrugada Ranch See more »
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Filmed in part at God's Ceation Spring in Abilene Texas. See more »

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not half bad
25 May 2013 | by zzz05See all my reviews

I'm catching up on all the on demand free movies that are due to expire within a week, which includes Blood Trail, so I've got recent experience of a lot of movies in its peer group to compare it to, and I've gotta say it's distinctly better than the pack. Definitely atmospheric, serious without being pompous, cheesy, or tongue in cheek; manages to get maximum value out of what's clearly zero budget for special effects; characters which seem to have some depth to them. Of course, the genre of the film being "American Indian Supernatural", it requires the Wise Old Indian who knows all about the spirit world, and the young bicultural Indian who has one foot in each world so can link the white guys who make up 99% of the movie with the Wise Old Indian. If nobody's done a thesis yet on the subconscious significance of Native American spirit world, with special attention to curses, in Hollywood movies, it certainly seems like a good topic.

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