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Blood Clan

Blood Clan ★½ 1991 (R)

Based on the true story of Katy Bane, daughter of notorious Scottish cult leader, Sawney Bane, in whose lair were found the remains of over 1000 killed and cannibalized followers. When found, Bane's entire family was sentenced to death with the exception of Katy, who left to make a new start in Canada. When a rash of mysterious deaths break out in Katy's new home, she must defend herself from rumors that her father's murderous cult is resurfacing. 91m/C VHS . Gordon Pinsent, Michelle Little, Robert Wisden; D: Charles Wilkinson.

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