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A pack of blood thirsty vampires attacks people in an American city. When their leader Alex Stone meets the mortal Estelle Henderson, they fall in love with each other and Alex seeks out her father, who is researching immortality, to ask him to be reverted to mortal again. The Illuminati Cartel is secretly sponsoring the researches since their leader Victor Price wants to be immortal. Meanwhile, the vampire hunter Marshall Pope arrives in the city to help the police to hunt down the vampires. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A film such as this could only come out on DVD. The studio probably realized how bad it was and decided that it would crash and burn if it was released in the theaters.
While some of the cast have been in decent films, most of the cast are wooden or sounding like they're reading cue cards. Most of the dialogue sounds amateurish and fake.
The plot seems to be a composite of a few story ideas, with the hopes of making something stick (a cop story, a vampire romance, a conspiracy involving the poor man's version of the Illuminati. Unfortunately, none of it works.
The main vampire, Alex, is boring, as is his love interest, Estelle. Since they can't act, it's not a big deal. Neither can the cops, or anyone else.
Finally, when the closing credits are playing, the theme song, "Immortally Yours", is like ice picks to one's eardrums.
Save your money and avoid this turkey.
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