Titanic: Blood & Steel (2012)

Titanic: Blood & Steel was released on DVD on December 4, 2012
Titanic: Blood & Steel cover


Belfast, 1909. The Harland and Wolff shipyard has been handed the greatest project in its history. It will build a great, unsinkable ship. And it will be called the RMS Titanic. “Titanic: Blood & Steel” is the untold story of the building of a legend, and the many lives it affected during its 3-year construction. To its wealthy investors, it was a dream. To the middle class who oversaw the project, it was a challenge. But to the working class who built it, Titanic was the start of a revolution. With Ireland under British rule, and the Protestant and Catholic struggle intensifying, Titanic was more than a ship…it was a symbol of ambition, hope and unity.

Reviews & Ratings:

7.3 User Reviews (1)


US DVD Release Date December 4, 2012
UK DVD Release Date UK - Not announced
Australia DVD Release Date AU - Not announced

In Theaters:

Complete Movie Details

Run time 634 Minutes
DVD and Blu-ray Release Date December 4, 2012
Actors Alessandra Mastronardi, Gerard McCarthy, Kevin Zegers, Derek Jacobi, Ian McElhinney, Billy Carter, Massimo Ghini, Valentina Corti
Directed by Ciaran Donnelly
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA Not-Rated
Genre(s) Drama, TV Miniseries
Where to Rent
Netflix Redbox

1 Visitor Review for Titanic: Blood & Steel

  1. Don Scheppelman says:

    That movie held my attention for the entire 12 hours, which as I can tell thats very hard for me to do. I thought that movie was make perfectly, but I might tell you that I am very criticle as far as movies are concerned, and the only thing I can find that was out of its time period , is of one flaw in making. This was of the time period from circa1909-12, and the one seen was of a model T delivery truck, as it had a body, and steel radiator of 1917, as it should at least the truck have had a brass radiator, and the rest would have easily over looked, but I am a vintage motorcar collector, but that was the only thing that was out of place during that early time period, but in any event, I loved the movie, as it showed the working class ,and of their life style, as I will rate at an A+. Also,if you can direct me to a source to purchasing a copy of that movie , that would be greatly appreciated. The movie ended by the Titanic steaming away from Belfast, as we all know of its fate in the icy waters about 100 miles from Newfoundland. Thanks ! — Don

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