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USA 2004
produced by
Michael Kazlo II for Archangel Productions
directed by Michael Kazlo II
starring Nicole Signore, Matt Kennedy, Heather Blossom Brown, Shawn Schaffer, Amy Jarvis, Samantha Legg, Josh Gray, Tommy Russell Watkins, Anna Didio, Danny 'Danymal' Lee, Pierre Franklin Radimak, Syrl Kazlo, Sydney Fuller-Freed, Jennifer Bogdan, Blake M.Kormorny, Wilfred Smith, Jeff Burns
written by Michael Kazlo II, music by Danny 'Danymal' Lee, stunt coordinator: Nicole Signore

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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When she was a child, Maria's (Nicole Signore) parents were killed by vampires. She and her brother (Josh Gray) were raised in a convent, and later, she became a nun and her brother entered the seminar to become a priest. Then vampires killed Maria's brother, too ...

Now, Maria is a woman with a mission, she has left the convent to become a vampire hunter, she is armed to the teeth and trained in martial arts - something her mentor Father John (Wilfred Smith) has seen to knowing that she would have to face vampires at some point in her life - and her ability to track down vampires is almost chilling. She vows to not return to the convent until she has rid the world of vampires.

Then at a bar, she meets the Informant (Heather Blossom Brown), a seductive female vampire who ... means her no harm but warns her that a vampire known as the Stalker (Matt Kennedy) is after her to turn the tables on her - and suddenly the hunter has become the hunted. But why is the Informant telling her? Because there are those vampires who want to live in peace with humankind, and - just like Maria - they need to rid the world of actual bloodsuckers. Maria wants to refuse to believe a single word the Informer has told her - but the facts just speak for themselves ...

Many a shootout, fight, chase, kill later, Maria finally faces the Stalker. Problem is, he has already expected her, and at first, it doesn't look good for Maria ...


A film that's got everything: Vampires, gore, shootouts, fightscenes, chases - and it's fun, too. Sure, sometimes the film's low budget shines through, and some of the action scenes could have done with a little more polish, but none of this matters too much as the film is perfectly paced, and despite the film's rather epic approach, writer/director Michael Kazlo II direction is light-footed and he never forgets to drive his story forward and keep the audience entertained.

Well, as mentioned above, this is fun!



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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