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- Full Name: Blood Red Sky
- Language: Dual Audio (Hindi Fan Dubbed + English)
- Size: 300MB & 1GB & 2GB
- Quality: 480p & 720p & 1080p – WebRip
- Format: Mkv
I’m usually uninterested in U.S. remakes of foreign horror films because the original is almost always better. In the case of Peter Thorwarth’s “Blood Red Sky,” dropping on Netflix today, I truly hope that some studio picks up the rights and redoes it just so they can get it right. From the “how do you mess that up” school of filmmaking, “Blood Red Sky” takes a phenomenal concept that mixes genre hits like “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Snakes on a Plane,” and “Train to Busan” and just blows it on poorly choreographed action, momentum-draining flashbacks, and an interminable runtime. I was so excited to take this journey but quickly just wanted the plane to land so I could get off.
This great idea is handled in stunningly routine fashion in “Blood Red Sky.” The sense of surprise or playfulness that you would think is inherent in a “Bats on a Plane” concept just isn’t here as “Blood Red Sky” only comes to life in bloody spurts after Nadja allows herself to go full vamp. And yet even then it feels like its teeth aren’t sharp enough. Even as it becomes less and less logically sound, it never finds its spark or sense of tension. It’s impossible to get invested in any of it, in part because the POV is mostly that of Elias, stunned at the insanity happening around him as he worries most of all about the fate of his mom. The Elias/Nadja connection is designed to add heart, and it does that at times—Baumeister and Koch have a believable connection—but it feels like it’s at the expense of what this movie needed to be more than anything: dumb fun. We’re here for “vampire vs. terrorists.” The mother/son thing can be used to elevate that but it shouldn’t be the main focus.