A physician who was hanged during the American Revolution for being a vampire is resurrected. He confesses his crimes to a priest, but starts to kill again. His modern descendant turns out ...
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The surviving member of a devil-worshiping family uses a camcorder to videotape himself murdering young women during sex. The girlfriend of one of his victims goes to a detective to try to find her friend.
John A. Russo
Matthew Jason Walsh,
Chuck Pierce Jr.
A zombie kept in hiding by his niece and nephew for over forty years suddenly becomes famous when the world discovers he can talk and reason as though he were alive. As his popularity grows... See full summary »
John A. Russo
John W. Iwanonkiw
Two hospitalized young people discover that things can get even worse when the dilapidated institution is stranded by a severe storm and a maniac stalks the corridors butchering the patients and staff.
A physician who was hanged during the American Revolution for being a vampire is resurrected. He confesses his crimes to a priest, but starts to kill again. His modern descendant turns out to be a serial killer who also wants to be a vampire. Written by
First of all,I haven't seen John A.Russo's "Midnight",so I won't compare this movie to that picture.However I must say that I found some similarities between "Heartstopper" and George A.Romero's "Martin":both movies deal with blood-thirsty vampire,who likes drinking a blood of his victims,in both movies we can also see the appearance of Tom Savini.The special effects wizard plays a policeman,who tries to stop the vampire(Kevin Kindlin).The acting ranks from acceptable to lame,the atmosphere is non-existent and the film is rather dull.Nice heavy metal music though.The last twenty minutes is surprisingly effective.The gore level is quite low,but you can find here some gory violence(for example wrist slashing,blood sucking etc.)In conclusion,"Heartstopper" is a simple movie,so you can try it at least once.
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