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Night Fangs (2005)

Two Art Teachers are obsessed with eternal youth. Somehow they manage to get Elizabeth Bathory's diary. Soon, they start to practice bloody rituals that end up unleashing hell on earth.

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Leslie Frank ...
Jennifer Sommers
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Lupe
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Professor Nashy
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Amy
Mark Peplow ...
Steve (as Mark Edwards)
Nancy Gonzalez ...
Cindy
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Molly
Robert Pagan ...
Matt (as Robert 'Tito' Pagan)
Kenton K.V. Pennamen ...
Roderick
Kelso Ashby III ...
Mike
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The Hunter
Yvonne Nieves ...
Naschy's girlfriend
Marina Muzychenko ...
Janet Bass ...
Iloona Joo
Kate Jones ...
Strangling Victim

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Two Art Teachers are obsessed with eternal youth. Somehow they manage to get Elizabeth Bathory's diary. Soon, they start to practice bloody rituals that end up unleashing hell on earth.

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for strong bloody violence/gore, graphic nudity, sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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Roderick: Don't you believe in vampires and shit, anyways?
Professor Nashy: I might believe in vampires, but I don't believe in shit.
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some good moments, but overall lame
22 June 2006 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

I could get past the obvious low budget aspects of this film, but the story didn't hold my interest at all. I kept finding myself looking at the time wondering when it would be over.

I agree with those who said they should have delved more into the diaries of what's-her-face. There was way too much unexplained, and even for a vampire movie, there was too much suspension of belief required. One character turns into a vampire when there was no reason to understand why and another seemed not to when he should have.

Too many scenes were set up with no explanation and no discernible conclusion, leaving much of the film to be a sequence of disjointed vignettes.

I got the impression that this was the work of a film student who hired whoever he could dig up from other students attending whatever school he was studying at.


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