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Hawk and Rev: Vampire Slayers

USA 2020
produced by
Ryan Barton-Grimley, Ari Schneider, A.J. Gordon, Joel M. Schneider (executive) for RBG Films, Clumsy Tiger Productions, Loaded Image Entertainment
directed by Ryan Barton-Grimley
starring Ryan Barton-Grimley, Ari Schneider, Jana Savage, Richard Gayler, Casey Graf, David Rickabaugh, Jack Bradley, Jeff Lorch, Kevin Ocampo, Jason Kaye, Brian Sturges, Nicole Wyland, Eric Jenkins, George Steeves, Audrey Haworth, Caryl West, Sharon Maslow, Jennifer Frappier (voice), Joel M. Schneider, Deb Magidson
written by Ryan Barton-Grimley, music by Robby Elfman, Ari Schneider, visual effects by Nocturnal Robot

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Hawk (Ryan Barton-Grimley) is a dishonourably discharged ex-Marine who did time for attacking another soldier with a stake, believing he was a vampire. Since he's out he works as a lowly night watchman and sleeps in a tent in a back alley since his parents have thrown him out. Still, he believes he has to save the world from vampires - and somehow he can convince his best friend, pacifist hippie Rev (Ari Schneider), and mystery writer Theo (Jana Savage), who eventually becomes his girlfriend, to help him on his quest. They even think they've found a mentor in tough-as-nails ex-Marine Jasper (Richard Gayler), but he's just too tough-as-nails for them. However, Hawk soon thinks he has found his target to attack, two vampires (David Rickabaugh, Jack Bradley) and their gimp (Ari Schneider in leather mask) - before they eventually turn out to be a peaceful goth band who'd love nothing more than help Hawk and company in their vampire hunt. And the real vampire is ... tough-as-nails Jasper, who wants to poison the water reservoir, so naturally it's Hawk and company's noble duty to stop him - but only when they walk into battle they do notice they're less than prepared ...


Now there's no point denying, Hawk and Rev: Vampire Slayers isn't the brain-heaviest of films, and it also doesn't re-invent the genre - and I strongly suspect Hawk and Rev: Vampire Slayers has actually set out to do neither, rather it's a broad genre comedy with humour that sometimes tilts towards the moronic, but stays clear from just being a sketch parade throughout and does actually follow an engaging narrative structure. So basically, you might not go out of this movie enlightened, but it's rather hard not to laugh about plenty of it, and the whole thing should work extremely well as a party movie - and at times that's really all one wants from a film!

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