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Richard W. Munchkin
Don 'The Dragon' Wilson,
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Mark Boone Junior,
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Mario Van Peebles,
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Mark L. Lester
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In Los Angeles, Detective Hank Holten is obsessed by his ex-wife, the writer of vampire novels Susan Hastings, stalking her and having drinking problems. His chief and friend, Captain John Billings, makes him promise to forget her and stop drinking, and assigns Hank to find Layla Simmons, who is missing and without notice to her family. Hank goes to a rave party, finds Layla, they go to an orgy party in an old building, and while having sex with her, Hank finds that the place is a vampire nest. He is bitten by the vampire-leader, but nobody believes on him. He looks for Susan to help him. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Better than most movies that premiere on the Sci-Fi channel, but not great
I watched OUT FOR BLOOD when it premiered on the Sci-Fi channel last summer and although I was expecting it to be slightly better than it was, I still found it to be better than most movies that premiered on the Sci-Fi channel in the past few years. Low-budget like all of the Sci-fi channel original movies, some of the effects are a bit cheesy, but most of them are decent enough. One would expect the special effects to be the highlight of a vampire film like this, but the highlight is actually Kevin Dillon's performance. His performance almost makes up for the clichéd script and occasionally weak directing. Despite the flaws of OUT FOR BLOOD, it still an entertaining picture that never left me bored and given a better budget and script, could have been an above average vampire flick. I give it 5/10.
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