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It's autumn in New York. Sam has broken up with his girlfriend and his father has recently died. World-weary and sloppy drunk, he finds temporary solace in the arms of Anna, a mysterious vampire who draws him away from his friends and into a web of addiction and madness. Written by
This film is stunning in every way imaginable. Even non horror fans can enjoy this film as it's really just using Vampires as a metaphor for relationships and being lonely. There's nothing exactly like this film, but if you enjoy it I would also recommend Immortality ( Wisdom Of The Crocodiles), another different spin on the Vampire mythos. The performances here are so realistic, you actually feel like you are watching real people, in the real world, with real problems, which is rare in Vampire films. I've seen almost every Creature Of The Night movie ever made, from the original Nosferatu, to current big budget flicks like Blade and Underworld, and all the foreign and DTDVD films in between, and I can tell you with absolute certainty that you will love Habit.
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