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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 ...
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