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Frost: Portrait of a Vampire (2003)

Two friends, Jack Frost and Nat, survive the war in Afghanistan... but the intensity of the war changes both men in irreversible ways. Jack Frost becomes a masterful painter and con man. ... See full summary »

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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
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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
Michael Lloyd Gilliland ...
Mercenary (as Michael Gilliland)
John Gorman ...
Mercenary (as John O'Gorman)
Allan Hagan ...
Russian Soldier
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Two friends, Jack Frost and Nat, survive the war in Afghanistan... but the intensity of the war changes both men in irreversible ways. Jack Frost becomes a masterful painter and con man. Nat becomes a vampire. These two former friends are now pitted against one another as these lifestyles naturally cause conflict to arise. A classic con-artist-has-to-kill-his-now-vampire-former-best-friend story. Also, Gary Busey is here as an art collector and advice distributor... for whole minutes at a time. Written by Zeke Zee

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

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They were best friends until one of them died. Now they're enemies. 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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1.85 : 1
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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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I would'nt put my worst enemy true this
26 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

Im one of those suckers that Always needs to see a new Vamp movie, just cant help myself i guess, but seeing this film made my past "all time worst" look like a dream (witch was Cross Roads by the way). The actors cant act, the story dont hold up, and the producer may just need a new job. It's all about making a 80'ish action hero look cool, walking around with a beard and sunglasses that any sign person vold rather die than wear, (i know it's suppose to be in the 80's but this is just a joke) and if this was'nt enuf, the "hero" has even less emotional expressions than Steven Seagal. To top it of the special effects are like what an 8 year old could do.


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