In the 14th century the Black Death ravaged Europe, killing off nearly half the population. Seven hundred years later, "the Vampire Flu" finishes the job. And in a small apartment, as ... See full summary »
Young man visits a bar and falls for the waitress whose family turns out to be tied to Italian mob. The head henchman doesn't like him, so things heat up, even though the don likes him. Then stolen diamonds enter the picture.
In the 14th century the Black Death ravaged Europe, killing off nearly half the population. Seven hundred years later, "the Vampire Flu" finishes the job. And in a small apartment, as society crumbles, the final battle to save humanity is being fought. This is the home of Taylor Freeman (Lynwood Robinson), the one man on the planet who is immune to the effects of this deadly plague. But Taylor is not alone. He lives with his wife, Lee (Diedre Madsen), who is slowly dying in front of him. And Taylor will do anything to save her life. Using household chemicals and drugs, Taylor administers a series of treatments that he hopes will cure his wife. But while he is able to slow the progress of the disease, he can not stop it. And as Lee's condition worsens, and the population around them dies out, Taylor discovers that the only thing that may keep her alive is his own blood. Within the claustrophobic confines of their apartment, Taylor begins to feed his wife. It is the ultimate sacrifice, ... Written by
I saw this film a few years ago at the Tambay Film Festival. One Blood Planet is a truly scary 'vampire' movie. The tension is almost overwhelming. Excellent use of sound and amazing cinematography add to the building feeling of terror. The acting and direction was top notch.
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