Blood clip: Michelle Monaghan and family are attacked by a vicious dog

Michelle Monaghan’s character and her children face off against a vicious dog in a clip from Brad Anderson’s horror film Blood

Session 9 (see it HERE) director Brad Anderson’s new horror film Blood is set to receive a theatrical release from Vertical Entertainment on January 27May, with a VOD release to follow on January 31st. Now that those dates are only a few days away, a minute long clip from Blood has arrived online and you can check it out at the bottom of this article.

Screenplay by Will Honley, Blood stars Michelle Monaghan (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) as Jess, a nurse and mother, has recently been separated from her husband, who moves her daughter Tyler and young son Owen back to her old farmhouse. Shortly after settling in, Owen’s dog escapes into the woods and returns days later, bloodied and rabid. When he attacks and bites Owen, the resulting infection from the bite becomes more alarming each day as Owen’s behavior becomes terrifying and deadly. As he descends deeper into the depths of the disease, Jess discovers a disturbing cure that makes her question how far she is willing to go to keep her child alive.

Monaghan is joined by Skeet Ulrich (Scream) as Jess’ estranged husband, Skylar Morgan Jones (Terror in the forest) as her daughter Tyler, and Finlay Wojtak-Hissong (The movie Banana Splits) as her son Owen. June B. Wilde (Final destination 5), Rodrigo Beilfuss (Intersection), and Erik Athavale (Orphan: First Kill) is also in the cast.

A production of Rhea Films and H2L Media Group, Blood was financed by the Hercules Film Fund. Paris Kassidokostas Latsis and Terry Dougas produced for Hercules, while Gary Levinsohn and Billy Hines produced for H2L Media Group. Hercules’ Jean-Luc De Fanti serves as executive producer alongside Anderson, Steven Sims, Ryan Bartecki, Alexis Varouxakis, Max Work and Daniel Bekerman.

The clip embedded below shows the moment Monaghan’s character Jess and her two children go to check on the dog, which has returned home bloodied and rabid. This scene does not go well for everyone involved. And it’s kind of brave of Vertical Entertainment to use this clip to market the film, as it shows both a child and a dog getting hurt. Things that many people don’t like to see in movies and yet here it is used to attract viewers. Interesting choice…

Do you want to watch? Blood? What did you think of the clip? Let us know by leaving a comment below. I’ve been a fan of the Andersons ever since I saw an early screening Session 9 at a horror marathon, so I’m definitely going to see this movie.

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