Blood and Chocolate Synopsis
A young werewolf (Agnes Bruckner) pursues a romance with a human (Hugh Dancy).
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By Stephanie Zacharek
Never having read the book, I found Blood and Chocolate to be a lovely surprise, an imaginative and visually lush picture firmly rooted in...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Scott Brown
Werewolves are tame with overuse, and movies like Blood and Chocolate -- where moments of inspiration vie in vain with Goth cliché -- play...
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TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
A far cry from such sneakily subversive werewolf-sex tales as "The Company of Wolves" (1984) or "Ginver Snaps" (2000), this pallid little...
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Boston Globe

Entertaining in a B-movie sort of way, and you can't help admiring its earnestness about the philosophical issues it invokes.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
The lead performers certainly are highly attractive, making this one of the more sensual werewolf pictures in quite a while -- and to their...
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Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Not as yummy as it sounds, true, but nowhere near as godawful as "Van Helsing," a small mercy but very much appreciated.
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New York Daily News

Though technically a werewolf movie, the silly Blood and Chocolate is really just a toothless love story about the bad stuff that can...
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By James Berardinelli
Horror fans will be disgusted by the lack of gore. Romance fans will be disgusted by the presence of gore. One is tempted to applaud the...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Hartlaub
Not since "An American Werewolf in London" in 1981 reset the standard for man-to-wolf transformations has anyone tried to get away with...
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New York Post

By Kyle Smith
As for the script, a wittier director would have spotted the absurd elements and delivered a horror-comedy instead of a straight-faced bore.
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By ChocaMovieHolic
Alright. I have seen the movie and this is how I feel about the it. I am definitely glad I saw it! Honestly, I think people need to realise that there is a reason they just "base" things on...

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By ivalines
For a movie that was made by the people who did "Underworld:Evolution", I found this one not to be up to that caliber. The storyline was okay and some of the acting was good but I would really wait...


By bloodndarkness
They completely ruined the book! there's nothin at all from the book. if they are goin to make a movie out of a book atleast do it right!! it's me favorite book and they just killed it!...


By joelyanne23
AMAZINGa! not like the book at all but very vry very good!...


By GrenFaery
I read the book when it first came out and even though there are some different twists in the film they are both equally exciting and wonderful. I recomend it to anyone with taste for adventure and...

zee bestesteryesteriest movie ever

By lilskater9
haha best ever...

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By shydragonfly
I thought it was good. Entertaining if a little predictable. Characters very relatable. I wouldnt really call it horror, more fantasy/drama it seemed to me. Its the story that is the focus. As if it...

You must not think of the book while watching the movie!

By dustyroadzz
If you don't think of the book, the movie is so-so. Much of the plot was the direct opposite of the book. I've been to a lot of moview where the plot differed a little bit, but this is ridiculous....

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By lollypop-loves-movies
I thought it was really good. I was expecting something way different. So to anyone who is thinking about seeing 'Blood and Chocolate' it's worth spending 10 bucks....

not to bad

By 2117DK
the book was great and the moviw helped you get a vision of the book in your head it could have been better but that is deffenily hollywood good but not good enough....

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Rated PG-13 | For violence/terror, some sexuality and substance abuse
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