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BLOOD ON MY NAME (2011) Short Film: Brandon McCormick

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The Blood on My Name Short Film has premiered. Brandon McCormick‘s Blood on My Name (2011) stars Justin Welborn and Sean BridgersBlood on My Name‘s plot synopsis: “On the run after a botched robbery, Erwin, who’s experienced a change in heart, tries to take advantage of a deal he’s made for himself and fellow thief Thomas. Instead he calls down the agents of a malevolent supernatural force who will hunt him to the ends of the earth rather than see him escape.” Loved it. I didn’t think I would like the singing but it was spot on and right on the money. It was not heavily used either, just at the end. The singing is integrated into the melancholy situation like in Moulin Rouge. I almost didn’t recognize Sean Bridgers with the beard shaved. He is an alumni of HBO’s fantastic western Deadwood and is right at home. Watch the Blood on My Name short film below and leave your thoughts on it. For more short films, check out our Short Film Page.

Source: Liveforfilms

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  • Anthony Reynolds

    I was turned onto this brilliant short by a fellow filmmaker here in NC and found it to be very well written, acted and produced. Top notch. I found the production value to be great. Well thought out, well orchestrated and the score was the icing on an already delictable cake. NOt too overpowering like so many icings are. A perfect complement to the flavor of the film. I commend Brandon and the entire production team on this accomplishment and hope to work with him in the future!

  • Nikki Howe

    Wasn’t my favorite Brandon McCormick short 🙁

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