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Bloodthirst 2: Revenge of the Chupacabras (2005)

PG-13 | | Horror | Video 19 April 2005
Detective Steve Andrews is investigating the disappearance of a pretty college co-ed when he gets a call that an inmate at the Hagerthy Psychiatric Hospital might know something about the ... See full summary »

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Gary Agid ...
Father Lewis
Brandon Atchison ...
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Jeff Baur ...
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Nurse Jones
Elaine Benoit ...
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Marcia Bethel ...
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Robert Bethel ...
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Victor Celis ...
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Jennifer Crowder ...
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Stephen Fairchild ...
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Jason Michael Fong ...
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Kevin Hale ...
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Mark Halverson ...
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Detective Steve Andrews is investigating the disappearance of a pretty college co-ed when he gets a call that an inmate at the Hagerthy Psychiatric Hospital might know something about the case. The inmate, Charles Parker, has been telling the strange story of a vicious vampire-like beast called the Chupacabras that he claims he trapped in a nearby mine and destroyed after it had savagely killed a number of the local citizenry. Among the missing: a girl who matches the description of the college co-ed. Before Andrews can talk to him, however, the inmate escapes leading the Detective into a maze of horror and the realization that he must find the missing girl before time runs out. Written by Jonathan Mumm

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It can smell your fear

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Rated PG-13 for some violence/gore
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19 April 2005 (USA)  »

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In the opening scene when driving up to the front of the hospital, text appears on screen stating "Sunday 9 PM", and yet when the character enters the waiting room and looks at the clock, it is 11:10. See more »

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Follows Bloodthirst: Legend of the Chupacabras (2003) See more »

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You had me at Chupacabara
4 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a BRO-FILM, a guy got his friends and family together to film this bad-boy so it comes out cheesy. A lot of kids in the mix, a lead actress could use some time in the make-up trailer. Maybe a light tweezing so you're not running around like Edward James Olmos. Anyhow the script was tight, the acting was tight, the production values were a lil lax, and I've seen security footage done with better cameras. I like the whole once bitten zombie factor added into it, so besides the monster you have his victims to contend with. Anyways it was a good movie, I enjoyed watching it, and you will too. As far as special effects I don't remember it, which is good, because usually they're so horrible in films like this you can't forget.


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