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Blood Symbol

Centuries ago, the monks of the Cult of the Blood Symbol went searching for their "chosen one" whose blood, they believed, would make them immortal. Olam, the only living survivor of the cult, finally finds his intended victim in Tracy Walker, a fiesty, athletic college student. Patiently, deliberately, Olam prepares to take the one he's been waiting centuries to kill..

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Centuries ago, the monks of the Cult of the Blood Symbol went searching for their "chosen one" whose blood, they believed, would make them immortal. Olam, the only living survivor of the cult, finally finds his intended victim in Tracy Walker, a fiesty, athletic college student. Patiently, deliberately, Olam prepares to take the one he's been waiting centuries to kill..

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Director:Maurice Devereaux, Tony Morello
Year:1992
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:8.5
Starring:Maurice Devereaux Sophie Dion Nadine Fournelle Trilby Jeeves Richard Labelle

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