Norman Bates is back again running his "quiet" little motel a month after the events in Psycho II. Norman meets three new people, one being a beautiful young nun with whom his budding ... See full summary »
A world-renowned spiritual leader arrives in the Asian nation of Purma to give a teaching to the faithful. Accompanying him is a retinue of monks and attendants, including his personal ... See full summary »
Harry Balbo, a nerdy and spineless flange salesman, witness a violent killing by a gorgeous female vampire in a alley. Nobody believes him, neither does the police. Obsessed by the woman, Harry soon contacts a neighbor named Strickland, who is a vampire hunter, because he wants to find her. They begin to track the zone where she hunts to locate her refuge... Written by
When the Vampire pulls Javier through the bars, he fits easily, therefore, the Vampire should have been able to escape at any time. Also, when he is being pulled through, his hand "bends" the bars slightly, showing that they are not as hard as thought. See more »
I can make you feel things you never imagined.
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Epilogue scenes are shown during the closing credits. See more »
This movie is like a much better remake of Dance of The Damned. Idiots who don't like this movie,know absolutely nothing about vampire legend,lore,background or movies. Vampires are all about being sexy+lustful. Vampire movies are not about some "bad guy" running around killing people. If you want those kinda flicks,stick to Freddy+Jason. This film was very well done and really it's worst flaw is (like a lot of big studio films) poor casting. Sean Patrick Flannery is a capable actor but completely wrong for this flick. His part should have gone to someone like Jon Cryer,but,Sean's career isn't flourishing like Jon's. If want to see what's basically the original of this film,find Dance of The Damned. (It's a vampire love story anyway) It was later remade into To Sleep With a Vampire with Alyssa Milano+Scott Valentine... now that was a complete waste of film.
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