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The Vampire Conspiracy (2005)

Not Rated | | Horror | 30 October 2005 (Canada)
Five strangers are abducted by a 250 year-old vampire, and placed into a deadly game of wits and endurance.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Boes ...
Janet Montgomery
Adrian M. Pryce ...
Sam 'Shiv' MacKenzie
Ron Mazor ...
Mitchell Jobidan
Christiane Garcia ...
Dr. Vera Nichols
John Lopes ...
Brian Samuels
Peter Church
Jean-Marc Fontaine ...
Thelonius Von Rhylos
Shane R. Vassell ...
Marcel MacKenzie
Zena Driver ...
Nicole Samuels
Kevin Robinson ...
Chuck Williams
Josh Tallman ...
Jason Webber
Siobhan Richardson ...
Dark Figure
Seamus Dudley ...
Dark Figure
Kirklynne Garrett ...
Dark Figure (as Kirklynne Garret)
Dark Figure


Five strangers are abducted by a 250 year-old vampire, and placed into a deadly game of wits and endurance. Should they make it through the maze alive, they will receive the vampire's entire fortune - riches beyond their wildest dreams. Should they fail, they become victims to his hunger and are placed back in the game. The only clues to their salvation are the seven words scrawled on the floor throughout the maze and an insane man who was a participant in the last game. Complications arise, when the group discovers an outside event that makes each of them want the others dead. The situation has changed, and they don't know whom to fear more, the vampires in the maze, or each other. Written by Author

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Whom should you fear most?




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Release Date:

30 October 2005 (Canada)  »


Box Office


CAD 100,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

CAD 3,600 (Canada), 30 October 2005, Limited Release
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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The film was written in 10 days. See more »

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'No vampires were harmed in the making of this film.' See more »

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Verbal Diarrhea
21 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

There have been vary few movies I have watched that I have been unable to see through to the end. This is without a doubt the worst of those movies. I'm not even sure this can be classified as a movie. Movies inherently provide some level of entertainment, this provides none. I can look past the poor acting, low video quality, sub-par special effects, and high school quality sets. It is after all a low budget movie. What amazed me was the ability to take what seemed like an intriguing plot line and put minimal effort into expanding on it. There is very little flow to the movie. The explanation for why they are in the situation they are makes little sense. One moment it seems like the characters have known each other for years the next it seems like they just met, and back again. It's only minutes into this movie before you realize your time would be better spent watching grass grow. But as bad as all of that was. That wasn't what caused me to shut the movie off. I doubt that I'm overstating this, every third word was F***. F*** this, F*** that, F*** you. When a character was mad they would increase the swearing: scared - increase swearing, confused - increase swearing, happy - increase swearing, etc... All I can assume is when they would forget their line (assuming there actually was a script) they would just throw an F bomb in there to fill the silence. This movie would have been more aptly titled "F***ing Vampires F*** F***... ...F***" Maybe they could have just stood in a circle with a vampire in the centre and swore at each other for 90 minutes.

You should probably watch it...

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