Blooded is a novel written by Christopher Golden and Nancy Holder, based on the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Blooded is a 2011 British independent horror/ thriller film written by James Walker, produced by Magma Pictures and Ptarmigan ACP and directed by Edward Boase, his first feature. The film premiered at the Bradford International Film Festival on 18 March 2011.
The plot involves an animal rights action group calling themselves the "Real Animal League", which kidnaps five young deer hunters and then hunts them. It is filmed in a mockumentary style. As part of the promotion, distributor Revolver Entertainment created a website, realanimalleague.com, for the fictional Real Animal League (RAL), which mentions the film. An email statement to the real animal rights group, Animal Liberation Front (ALF), supposedly from the RAL claiming that the film misrepresented them, was reprinted on the ALF website. The Evening Standard reported that the film "caused outrage after graphic scenes showing activists attacking five deer-stalkers were posted on the internet, in a viral publicity campaign," and the film's topic has provoked reactions from parties on both side of the hunting debate in the UK.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Blood \Blood\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Blooded; p. pr. & vb. n. Blooding.]
To bleed. [Obs.]
To stain, smear or wet, with blood. [Archaic]
Reach out their spears afar, And blood their points.
To give (hounds or soldiers) a first taste or sight of blood, as in hunting or war.
It was most important too that his troops should be blooded.
To heat the blood of; to exasperate. [Obs.]
The auxiliary forces of the French and English were much blooded one against another.
Blooded \Blood"ed\, a. Having pure blood, or a large admixture or pure blood; of approved breed; of the best stock.
Note: Used also in composition in phrases indicating a particular condition or quality of blood; as, cold-blooded; warm-blooded.
1 experienced. 2 descendant. 3 bloody, bleeding. v
(en-past of: blood)
Usage examples of "blooded".
A full blooded, strong, passionate man, in vigorous health, and who has never abused himself, may now and then, at long intervals, if his sexual passions be not gratified naturally, or if he permit his mind to run much upon lascivious subjects, experience an emission while asleep and dreaming.
He remembered all those things with a physical anguish, as if every painting he had ever Blooded in more than three hundred years was being simultaneously pricked with needles and seared with candleflames.
He roused himself with the reminder that only those few paintings Blooded as Dioniso could harm him.
It flooded out: suggestion spells, the Blooded parchment through which he had listened in on the Conselhos meeting, the careful use of blood and tears to create a spelled painting.
But if that painting is Blooded, they can use that painting to discipline me or as a threat of discipline to make sure I adhere to the decisions made by the Viehos Fratos.
How had they discovered this means to speak through Blooded paintings?
She could believe that somehow, in his cell, he could see her through his Blooded, painted eyes.
The steel points of pikes flamed red with sunlight, as if already blooded, while the pavilions of the knights and high lords sprouted from the grass like silken mushrooms.
It only proves what I hammer into you: be prepared for betrayal, instant flight, instant fight, trust no man or woman except a blooded shishi and sonno-joi.
The doctor retired into the kitchen, where, addressing himself to the landlady, he complained bitterly of the undutiful behaviour of his patient, who would not be blooded, though he was in a fever.
I knew these were all symbols of a vanishing culture, for only a few thousand Ainu remained on Hokkaido, and most of these were not pure blooded.
With comparable instruction, a mestizo can equal, even surpass the purest blooded dons in Spain.
From the beginning of history in most nations, the details of another existence and its conditions have been furnished to the eager credulity of the people by the lawless fancies of poets, the fine spinning brains of metaphysicians, and the cold blooded calculations or hot headed zeal of sectarian leaders.
The five T-34S shot past rifle brigades, tank brigades, a regiment of airborne looking sharp and determined marching forward, every one of them fresh and un blooded Every man they passed turned their way, to watch the five veteran tanks fly forward, trailing dust plumes like wild stallions.
And both carriers needed the practice, needed their new air groups blooded against relatively light opposition so that that part would be over and so that they could settle down confidently to the more dangerous and important tasks which they would be assigned.