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Blood Money (2017 UK film)
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|Directed by||Luke White|
|Produced by||Luke White, Edward White|
|Written by||Rosy Deacon|
|Music by||Richard Morson|
Blood Money is a UK psychological thriller/horror film, directed by Luke White, based on a script by Rosy Deacon. The film stars Ollie Barbieri, Klariza Clayton, and Scott CHAMBERS in lead roles. 
After a botched art heist in France, a group of friends are left with a body on their hands and the gendarme hot on their trail. They hide the body and make a plan to sell the painting and return home. But as they wait for the chance to escape from their secluded holiday home, they realise the body is missing. Paranoia and fear sets in and the friends begin to turn on each other. Soon it is clear there's a killer in the house and the group must figure out who is responsible before they all suffer the consequences.
- Ollie Barbieri as Reese
- Klariza Clayton as Kasey
- Scott Chambers as Zander
- Sabrina Hansen as Mia
- Nicholas Bourne as Sean
- TJ Herbert as Grayson
- Jason Rhodes as Eddie
Principal photography took place over just 11 days and the entire film was shot in 4K resolution on location in Normandy, France.
Blood Money premiered at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square (London) in September 2015. Sales and distribution were handled by Porthos Films and the film was released worldwide on VOD from 3rd March 2017.
The film has been described as a "taut thriller set in a classic whodunnit setting" by We Are Indie Horror, whilst Bloody Flicks writes that Blood Money is "well paced and allows the characterisation – and the red herrings – to develop well". David S. Smith of Horror Cult Films noted "there’s a heavy atmosphere, great shots and a stellar soundtrack";  however he criticized a lack of backstory for the lead characters, "We rarely get a feel for who did what... Much of this could have been solved with an extra ten minutes or so to lay the character groundwork".
Blood Money was rated a 15 certification by the BBFC
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