I hadn't even heard about "Bad Blood: The Movie" before now in 2020, when I happened to stumble upon it by sheer random chance. It is a horror movie, and that was essentially enough to make me pick it up and give it a chance.
I had expected it to be a werewolf movie, and it was - in a way. Except it wasn't wolves, but amphibian reptilian creature instead. And that was actually interesting enough, trust me. However, the storyline just turned out to be way too generic and stereotypical. Which resulted in a slightly less than mediocre end result. While the movie is watchable, it is not an outstanding or memorable movie.
The special effects in the movie were good, although they didn't always make sense. I mean, during the metamorphosis from human to reptilian, why would the room be illuminated in a strange green light, emanating from apparently nowhere. That was just odd. And while the thing with the girl's teeth all falling out in order to make room for the vile fangs of the reptilian creature was cool, it made no sense that she had all her teeth again once reverted to human state.
I watched all of the movie, and I was mildly entertained. However, this is not a movie that I will watch more than a single time. And my rating of "Bad Blood: The Movie" settles on a four out of ten stars.
It had some interesting enough moments, but the movie - as a whole - just didn't really cut it.