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Carmilla, A journalism student, meets a group of kids that play a role-game called "Eternal Blood". She gets interested in this hobby by "M", a young man she met in a philosophy seminar. "M" gets Carmilla into the role game; but in a strange party at an abandoned house, the group meet "Dahmer", an unusual young man who makes rituals about vampirism and shortly he begins influencing his friends. "M" realizes the situation is unusual and that some of them are actually being transformed into vampires. In the investigation of the origin of these myths, "M" finds the way to revert the group's process. The philosophy professor gives him some texts about this issue that might help him find the way to save their souls... Written by
I popped this disk in not expecting much, I only bought it because it was dirt cheap and I'm a fanatic about vampire movies. I was *very* pleasantly surprised that the movie takes place within the "goth" subculture, and even more so at how authentic the subculture was represented. You'd think more horror movies, especially vampire ones, would have more of this influence. I may be a bit prejudiced about liking this movie so much because I love a movie in which I can relate to the characters, who, might I add, are absolutely beautiful, I could stare at them for hours. The plot is original, I've never seen the whole role-playing game scenario used in a vampire movie before. I loved how it kept you guessing...are the vampires real, or is M just delusional. Obviously, with the limited budget, some things are left to be desired, but that just goes with the independent film territory...especially with horror movies that require makeup and special effects. The soundtrack is also exceptional. I have been desperately trying to find the soundtrack, but unfortunately it's out of print and impossible to find. This is definitely in my top 10 of favorite vampire movies!
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