In the year 2019, a plague has transformed almost every human into vampires. Faced with a dwindling blood supply, the fractured dominant race plots their survival; meanwhile, a researcher works with a covert band of vamps on a way to save humankind.
The church has long known that vampires exist. However, it is discovered that a group of vampires are searching for a powerful doom for mankind. The Vatican then secretly enlists a team of vampire-hunters, led by Jack Crow, to hunt down and destroy the vampires before they find the crucifix. Written by
When Largo Entertainment approach John Carpenter with this project, they gave him two scripts, one by Don Jakoby and another by Dan Mazur. Carpenter read the scripts and the novel and saw a potential in the movie that he had been interested in. And that was to do a western disguised as a horror film. So, Carpenter wrote his own screenplay, taking elements from both Jakoby's and Mazur's scripts, the novel, and some of his own ideas. However, Jakoby got solo writing credit. See more »
As Montoya rescues Crow from the cross he shoots into the front of the cross with an arrow, this implies that this side of the cross would crash to earth first (with Crow facing earthwards), but the backside of the cross lands in the next shot on earth. See more »
I know so many people went into this movie thinking "John Carpenter" + "Vampires" = horror filk. As many have commented it's not terrifying in the least because it's not supposed to be. This movie is a Western, plain and simple. Look at it this way and it's a helluva lot more fun and understandable.
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