The pursuit of a serial killer leads to a deeper evil. When the government captures a vampire he is imprisoned and subjected to brutal medical experiment. With the project's original MD ... See full summary »
The pursuit of a serial killer leads to a deeper evil. When the government captures a vampire he is imprisoned and subjected to brutal medical experiment. With the project's original MD dead a rookie from the clinic downstairs is brought in as a replacement. As the procedures becomes more gruesome, he is torn between sympathy for a patient's suffering and concern for the evil that threatens to consume everyone involved. Written by
As one who is incredibly supportive of any independent film endeavors and who is always looking for new "twists" to an old theme I embraced this movie with open arms... that is until I saw the actual product. My warm embrace turned cold with each passing minute of this available only for home viewing project.
The concept itself is quite thought provoking: Who is the monster? The killer who is believed to be a vampire... or the doctor who is suppose to heal, who instead participates in testing this "specimen". But for all the internet talk etc... this film just did not measure up to what it could have been. There were many scenes that did nothing to move the story along. And the main point of the film was never really addressed to my satisfaction. It seems to have been thrown together ie: written quickly, filmed quickly. The ending was no doubt in contemplation of a sequel. And that seemed to be the strongest point that came across with this movie.
I am not, as another reviewer suggests someone who has a bone to pick with the producer, nor am I someone who requires every nuance of a movie explained to me. It is a low quality attempt and blaming viewers for not liking it is not the way to improve on it.
It seems a waste of money for the company and for anyone who made the purchase.
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