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USA 2009
produced by
Christopher Di Nunzio, R. Harvey Bravman (executive), Melanie Kotoch (co), Jason Miller (II) (co) for Creepy Kid Productions
directed by Christopher Di Nunzio
starring Fiore Leo, Robert Hines, Johanna Gorton, Michael Reardon, Christina C.Crawford, Irina Peligrad, Matt Phillion, Aurora Grabill, Slava Dorogapulko, Leighsa Burgin, Lou Fuoco, Stephanie Spry, Vincent Di Nunzio, R.Harvey Bravman, Roy Bosell, Derek J.Santos, Beverly Thompson, Carina Di Nunzio, Scott Reardon, Jodie Peck, Charlie Peck
story by Christopher Di Nunzio, screenplay by Christopher Di Nunzio, Melanie Kotoch, music by Nicholas David Potvin, song Jesus don't Like Beggars by Ann Driscoll, special makeup effects by Hannah Sanders

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Victor (Fiore Leo) is on his way to rise up thje ranks of a gangster organisation called the pack, as his boss Edgar (Robert Hines) seems to really like him - and apart from that, he also has a beautiful new girlfriend, Tina (Christina C.Crawford), who seems to be popular with his organisation. The only thing he has to keep under control is his hot-headed employee Anthony (Michael Reardon), a serialkiller who has the blessings of the pack, but who every now and againgets out of control.

Tina's best friend Annabel (Johanna Gorton) has finally met a nice man, Jerry (Matt Phillion), after a year of abstinence, and today they are going out on their second date - when they are suddenly knocked out and kidnapped by Anthony and his girl accomplices (Irina Peligrad, Aurora Grabill). Jerry and Annabel find themselves in Anthony's basement under constant threat from Anthony and his girls, but Annabel is not one to give up easily, and she tries everything to get out of the situation ... alas to no avail, in the end, she and her boyfriend are slaughtered by Anthony and his girls and sucked dry - because Anthony and company, just like the whole pack, are vampires.

Tina, who has no idea about the true nature of her boyfriend, is invited to a dinnerparty at his boss's place - where to her shock she is served Annabel's head ...


A very interesting and unusual film: While it starts out like a straignt and fairly conventional gangster movie with a serialkiller subplot attached to it (nothing unusual so far), it very gradually does a 360, and without becoming utterly ridiculous or far-fetched it turns first into survival horror then into a quite bloody vampire movie in the end, and a smooth (and at times even elegant) directorial effort, a nice musical score and at least competent performances see to it that the film doesn't get out of hand along the way.

Definitely worth a look.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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