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The Damned (2006)

R | | Horror | Video 11 July 2006
A clan of vampires has just moved into the neighborhood, and college student Tom accidentally discovers his new neighbors' secret. When the vampires find out that Tom knows, he must do ... See full summary »
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Rick
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Marco
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Antonio
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Michael
Chris Angelo ...
Detective Vance
James M. Logan ...
Dennis (as James Logan)
Raul Martinez ...
Danny
Brian Velthoe ...
Tom
Daniel Landeros ...
Nacho
Michael Rinks ...
Eric
Adriel Whitmore ...
Rookie Police Officer
Karl J. Arana ...
Mackie (as Karl Arana)
Tom Anger ...
Injured Man (as Thomas Anger)
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A clan of vampires has just moved into the neighborhood, and college student Tom accidentally discovers his new neighbors' secret. When the vampires find out that Tom knows, he must do whatever he can to survive. His two roommates, a horror fan and a skeptic, join him with the help of a private investigator, who's had a run-in with these bloodsuckers before. Together they join forces to stop the bloody, fanged carnage before it's too late! With a fast-paced punk-rock soundtrack and non-stop gore, The Damned will have you afraid to blink! Written by Pumpkin Patch Pictures

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I didn't know a movie could be this bad.
8 July 2006 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This has got to be the worst movie I have ever seen. It has the acting and production quality of a low budget porn, but without any sex to make it worth watching.

You won't believe it. It could be filmed in your living room by a bunch of high school kids. The vampire scenes use obviously fake blood and the actors read their lines with all the realism and personality of Al Gore.

The plot is unbelievable and left me laughing at every turn. Maybe Saturday Night Live could have put together a vampire spook like this, but unfortunately these guys were serious.


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