In the distant future vampires have come out of the shadows and tried to live among people as a special and peaceful breed. When a series of murders happens, a cop and his vampire colleague...
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In the distant future vampires have come out of the shadows and tried to live among people as a special and peaceful breed. When a series of murders happens, a cop and his vampire colleague are assigned to arrest a dark figure who tears the throat of the victims and strains their blood off. Written by
Most of the vampires in the film are named after famous fictional vampires. See more »
In the chase scene at the club, the human detective shoots at one of the bad vampires. While he shoots, the slide on the gun is all the way back, indicating that the gun is empty, yet he continues to shoot and bullets continue to fire from the gun. See more »
Unlike many films of this genre, The Breed offers a new look at the world of the vampire. The vampires in The Breed are remenicent of the great Count from Bram Stoker's famous novel.
The vampire effects are well designed and aid heavily in bringing the characters to life. Actors Adrian Paul, Bokeem Woodbine, and Bai Ling offer some good performances here.
The story of The Breed revolves around the creation of a buddy/buddy cop scenario in which one is human and the other is a vampire. Adding to the story and performances is the stunning gothic scenery that offer an Old World European look.
The Breed is a good film that transcends the traditional vampire flick and offers something new by replacing bloodshed for plot.
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