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USA 2023
produced by
Sonny Mahal, Michael Mahal, Satnam Mahal (executive), Rich R. Rendon (executive), Jamal Alsaqer (executive), BJ Mezek (executive), Binh Dang (executive), Phillip Goldfine (executive) for Mahal Empire, Blaen-Y-Maes Bootleg Films, R3 Industrial Cleaning Services
directed by Michael Su
starring Costas Mandylor, Tara Reid, Robert LaSardo, Tatiana Sokolova, Sarah French, Elissa Dowling, Rich R. Rendon, Johnny Huang, Eileen Dietz, Bishop Stevens, William 'Bill' Connor, Andre Carbonell, Ben Stobber, Denny Nolan, Christian Larson, Emily Eruraviel, Dee Cutrone, Alexander Hauck, Johnny Stevenson, Lisa Hinds, Michael Beran, Mercedes Peterson, BJ Mezek, Kasey Brown, Charles Solomon jr, Mark Justice, Hans Hernke, Nicholas George, Dave Shecter, Wesley Cannon, , Lance Caver, Stephen L. Satterfield, Kevin Hager, Danny Tesla, Darryl Goldberg, David C. Newman, Rizi Timane, Kimberly Lynn Cole, Michael Cervantes, Jeremiah Ripley, William Boyles, Elizabeth Noelle Japhet, Navin P. Kumar, Kyrillos Saber, Michelle Hill, Jeffrey Bele, Marc Pearce, King Jeff, Gorio, Levi Jade Monico, Scott Cassin, Brandon A VillaLobos, Rudy Ledbetter, Aaron Baldy, Clay Trimble, Chris Vick, Joseph Murphy
story by Massimiliano Cerchi, screenplay by Adrian Milnes, music by Scott Glasgow, special makeup effects by Abreaction Effects

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Quite a few years in the future, when humankind and vampirekind have fought a war that neither side could even hope to win, and now both species are down to only a small fraction of their former self, with both vampires and humans reduced to roaming the countryside in search for food and shelter. There's but one man who sets out to change the rather pitiful status quo, John Shepard (Costas Mandylor), who is on a mission to kill the Vampire Master (Robert LaSardo), as with his death his whole clan would be wiped from the face of the earth. Problem is, the Vampire Master knows John is after him, so he and his Vampire Queen (Tara Reid) are preparing for the final battle. In the meantime, John gathers some allies around him, like clumsy yet resourceful thief Charlie (Johnny Huang), biker Rico (Rich R. Rendon), and gun-wielding sisters Brooke (Sarah French) and Elena (Elissa Dowling), who have only recently lost their dad (William 'Bill' Connor) to vampires. However, on his quest John encounters yet another problem, he doesn't know where to exactly find the Vampire Master, only the very broad area. So he asks Torque (Bishop Stevens), head of the local cut-throat militia for help, and Torque's militia has tracked down the Vampire Master in no time. Thing is, Torque's convinced the vampires will win the brewing war, so he throws in with them and pretty much sells out John in the process - something that's bound to have dire consequences for all involved ...


Now ok, Bloodthirst might not exactly be Oscar material - but that said, it's also lots of fun, a wildly entertaining genre blend of endtime and vampire flick with some western motives thrown in just for good measure, all done with a certain throwback grindhouse flair devoid of post-modernist hindsight or esaggerated self-irony. Instead, the film spins its yarn at a steady pace, peoples it with a colourful cast of characters, features many an action setpiece to keep one entertained, and on top of all of that, the thing's rather beautifully filmed. In all, it might not be the film with the most depth, but you'll probably find yourself enjoying it more than you've expected to.


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