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Vivian (Agnes Bruckner) works in her aunt's chocolate shop by day, but at night (like the rest of her family members) she transforms into a werewolf. When a romantic interest (Hugh Dancy) makes her lose her taste for blood, she raises the hackles of the whole pack of her relatives. Cheesy special effects and ample violence may cause viewers to lose their appetite for this one.
Why Is Blood and Chocolate Rated PG-13?
Blood and Chocolate is rated PG-13 for violence/terror, some sexuality and substance abuse
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Young Vivian’s idyllic childhood is shattered when her parents and siblings are shot and vigilantes burn her house to the ground. Unfortunately violence continues to swirl around the girl when a young tourist is killed and mutilated by a wolf. In a bloody hunt, a wolf pack chases down and kills a man in revenge and later tries to do the same to another unfortunate human. During the encounters between the humans and werewolves, many victims are slashed with knives, burned in a fire and stabbed. The naked corpses of wolves transformed back into human form are seen lying on a rocky creek bed. A naked girl and some female buttock nudity are also shown. Participants at a nightclub engage in erotic dancing while others drink at a bar. The script includes some sexual discussions, vulgarities and terms of Deity.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Blood and Chocolate.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban features a character with a secret werewolf history. A big, bad wolf is also at the center of the story in Hoodwinked, the animated retelling of Little Red Riding Hood.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 12 June 2007
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment presents Blood and Chocolate on DVD, Blu-ray and PSP (Play Station Portable). Along with the feature presentation, fans can also sink their teeth into some deleted scenes and a directors commentary. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.