Red White & Blue

October 8, 2010 0 By Fans
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Red White & Blue


Film follows the cool, emotionless Erica, who dives into bed with any man she meets. When she is offered a job in a DIY store in Austin, she discovers the kindness of strangers, but also the gruesome shadowy side of it.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 6.3/10 (1,749 voted)

Critic's Score: 81/100

Simon Rumley

Stars: Amanda Fuller, Marc Senter, Jon Michael Davis

Set in Austin, Texas, this "slacker revenge movie" follows the disaffected and promiscuous Erica as she sleeps with a series of nameless men, until she is befriended by Nate, an ex-Iraq war veteran with a sociopath's streak.


Amanda Fuller


Marc Senter


Jon Michael Davis


Nick Ashy Holden


Patrick Crovo


Mary Mathews


Noah Taylor


Julian Haddad

Lil' Alan

Ernest James

Nightclub Pick-Up

Jenny Gravenstein

Druggie Rock Girl

(as Jenny Graven)

Mark Hanson

Druggie Rock Guy

Chance Hartman

Hotel Pick-Up

Vincent Doenges


Eryn Brooke

Ed's Girlfriend

Chris Summers


Three lives… bound together in blood


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Release Date: 8 October 2010

Filming Locations: Alamo Drafthouse – 1120 South Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas, USA

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User Review

American Nightmare

Rating: 9/10

If you turn away from the movie after the very hard and maybe even too
explicit (though it really isn't, but it feels like it is) beginning,
you will miss out on the why. You won't be able to see where the
director wanted to take this. And it would be a shame. This is as "down
and dirty" as a movie can go. From cinematography, acting and
story/character (development).

It might not be your cup of tea of course (nothing glossy to be found
here), but if you let yourself into the story and the characters (with
all their flaws, of whom they have many), then you will be rewarded
with a very weird and angry story. It won't pull any punches either
(whether you like that or not) and stays true to it's grittiness
throughout. One of the better movies I watched in 2010 (and I watched
quite a few)