Blood Ties (2007) - Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Hohum Score

15

Watchable

Vicki Nelson, a former homicide detective turned private investigator, and Henry Fitzroy, a 470-year-old vampire, form a unique team solving cases and dealing with the supernatural world.

IMDB: 7.2
Director:
Stars: Christina Cox, Dylan Neal
Length: 60 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 3 out of 47 found boring (6.38%)

One-line Reviews (23)

The story itself is rather intense: an ex-cop teaming up with a vampire to solve supernatural cases...

Otherwise, it's a great watch and has a dark aura that is just enjoyable time and again.

Do we really need another show with goody-two shoes vampires, spunky PIs, and cops on the edge?

) but when you see it first hand, it's actually quite entertaining.

A great, engaging show .

The stories are entertaining and the chemistry between Henry(Kyle Schmid) and Vicki (Christina Cox) is amazing, even more amazing is that she also has a great chemistry with Mike (Dylan Neal).

, a compelling vampire, and an increasingly tight love triangle...

While that can be some slow parts at times in these stories it is more from the directing than the writing.

In a time of not so real reality shows which I despise, it is so refreshing to find a show that is truly entertaining and actually takes you away from everyday stress to another delightful, possible world.

I watched this show purely out of boredom at first.

All right, I grudgingly watched the show and was really ready to hate it as derivative (of Witchblade) or be bored with the cliché'd vampire theme.

Brilliant humour, action packed, sexually charged and Angel, step aside sweetie you just got replaced by a vampire who can make any woman happily tilt their neck to one side for him, especially with that smile!

Extremely easy to watch and relaxing, this show is very entertaining for almost any age.

Very exciting and not bad to look at either.

Blood Ties is a relatively entertaining series with a storyline that could only have come from the writers at Lifetime.

Christina Cox is just perfect for this role and Vicky's relation with Henry is fascinating.

I know Lifetime played this up cheesily, but it's quite enjoyable to watch.

It is really worth watching.

1) Probably the most crucial: The leads are fantastic actors, have wonderful chemistry on screen, and make the show enjoyable to watch.

7) Plots (particularly the first 12 episodes) are solid and suspenseful Every once and a while (usually around Halloween), I hunt for more episodes of this show.

What it does well at is keeping up a suspenseful plot arc and terse dialogue that keep things moving.

The cast is perfect, and the story lines are intriguing and fresh.

This is a show worthy of many entertaining seasons and a prime example of what can result when all the main elements of a show are addressed in their entirety.