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Frost: Portrait of a Vampire (2003)

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San Diego, present day: The murders are starting again. A girl has been found with two holes in her neck and her body totally drained of blood... See full synopsis »

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Micah
Jeff Manzanares ...
Jonathon "Jack" Frost
Charles Lister ...
Nat McKenzie
Karen Bailey ...
Nancy McKenzie
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Dan (as Shane Pliskin)
Amy Angelowicz ...
Bunkhouse Girl
Steven Ted Beckler ...
The Captain
Delaina Brown ...
Bunkhouse Girl
Jeff Coatney ...
The Priest
Melissa Di Meglio ...
Linda (as Melissa Rasmussen)
Cathy Fitzpatrick ...
Lady on Plane
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Ken
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Mercenary (as Michael Gilliland)
John Gorman ...
Mercenary (as John O'Gorman)
Allan Hagan ...
Russian Soldier
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San Diego, present day: The murders are starting again. A girl has been found with two holes in her neck and her body totally drained of blood... See full synopsis »

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vampire | model | female nudity | See All (3) »

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fear the light... See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and nudity | See all certifications »
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October 2004 (France)  »

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A Killing Frost  »

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Kevin Van Hook actually created Frost as a comic book about a decade earlier. The first comic book story introduced the vampire, in an admittedly somewhat Kolchak Night Stalker style approach. However, the sequel mini-series, Frost: The Dying Breed, featured no vampires at all, but rather served as a Wilbur Smith/Wild Geese/Dogs of War/Soldiers of Barabbas style mercenary/modern adventure story. See more »

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If you believe 99% of the other reviews here,
28 November 2003 | by (Washington DC suburbs) – See all my reviews

you'll probably pass on seeing this movie, as I nearly did. That may be a mistake. This is not a bad movie. It's not perfect (what is?), and it's definitely low budget with some so-so acting. But it does what it sets out to do, and my be the only movie to draw parallels between vampirism and post traumatic stress syndrome. Charles Lister as Nat, who goes from human to vamp in the course of this does an excellent job. The direction, staging, and composition of many of the shots are also above par, with careful thought given to them. It does have too many locations, but the jumps are easily followed by anyone who's half awake. Not a standard "vampire horror movie" (what exactly is that, any way?) by any means, but an interesting juxtaposition of vampires and war--a worthwhile addition to that small category (see also Lost Platoon, Deathdream, and Ghost Brigade for an instant vampire/war movie fest). If you're looking for something different, give Frost a try.


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