Filmed in 1996 as HEMOGLOBIN (a title retained in the end credits), this Canadian-filmed chiller is stronger on atmosphere than it is on narrative.
In the 1600s, aristocratic Eva Van Daam (Gillian Ferrabee) begins an incestuous affair with her twin brother, siring a family that shut itself up in a mansion on a remote island. In the present, John Strauss (Roy Dupuis), suffering from a blood disease, arrives at the island--where he was
born--with his wife Kathleen (Kristin Lehman). The couple seek help from local doctor Marlowe (Rutger Hauer). Meanwhile, bodies have been disappearing from coffins in the island's cemetery. The Strausses take a room at the hotel/fun...