Bettany, Strong, Cox, Graham star
“Blood,” which premiered in October at the London Film Festival, charts the moral collapse of a close police family. Two brothers, both cops, are smothered by the shadow of their former police chief father.
Charles Gant gave “Blood” a mixed review for Variety: “A quartet of justly regarded British actors elevates Nick Murphy’s sophomore feature “Blood,” but only to the level of superior TV fare. World-preeming at the London Film Festival, this quality crimer lacks the pulse-racing peril that might seal the deal with thriller aficionados, and the title turns out to be more about the family ties that bind than rivulets of red.”