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The Vampire Assassin

USA 2007
produced by
Michael Kazlo II (executive), Steve Bosworth (executive), Andrew Boylan (executive), Michael J. Cannon (executive), Tim Carr (executive), James Magnum Cook (executive), Jason Johnston (executive), Victor Juliet (executive), Syrl Kazlo (executive) for Archangel Productions
directed by Michael Kazlo II
starring Stefani Brown, Jay Ruzicka, Michael J.Cannon, Carl Dana, Pierre Franklin Radimak, Vanessa O'Brien, Jon Sorrentino, Shawn Schaffer, Michael Gallione, Amanda Cable, Phil Sawyer, Michael Kazlo sr, Matt Erickson, Michaelangelo Gallione
written by Michael Kazlo II, music by Matt Erickson, special effects makeup by Jared Balog


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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For years, Veronica (Stefani Brown) has been the perfectly spoiled brat - living life to the fullest without ever paying heed to the consequences, partying hard, having random sex, and acting as if she's not having a care in the world. Now that would be bad enough, but it's made even worse by the fact that she indeed is a vampire, and if partying hard means drinking human blood and having random sex means having to kill or convert ones partners afterwards, that will draw attention to the vampire community, and attention is the last thing the vampire community needs considering it needs to live undetected among the humans it considers as livestock.

Now the logical step (at least in vampire circles) would be to just kill Veronica off, but her family carries quite a bit of clout (which allowed her to live the life she did in the first place), so instead she is given one more chance: Become a vampire assassin and kill of those vampires (especially the converted ones) who don't follow vampire law - beginning with her on-again-off-again boyfriend (Jay Ruzicka) whom she herself converted ...


Further exploring the world of Michael Kazlo II's earlier Bloodlust, Vampire Assassin is another fine mix of horror and action, excitement and gore. Now on a pure plot-level, the film might not read the most original, but brought to screen, it turns out to be a really well-told piece of vampire cinema that finds just the right pace between not overwhelming the viewer with an endless barrage of action on one hand and not boring the audience with a too detailed description of its vampire world on the other. The one major complaint about this short in fact is that it makes one longing for more ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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