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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
The same year this movie came out a vampire film also came out with better effects, story, characters and screen writing. That film was Twilight: New Moon.
Okay, I love vampire movies. Among my favourites are We Are The Night, Nosferatu, Blade and the Lugossi Dracula. My expectations of this film were actually already on a low set and yet, somehow, it got worse.
Now before I go down the plot, there are about 3 or 4 of them in this movie so please tell me if this gets too much.
PLOT 1: A vampire named Alex falls in love with a girl named Estelle. You know, the basic Twilight bullshit although, to be fair, Twilight was a more believable romance with these two only ever seen having a date once and the guy saying "I want to be your knight in shining armor."
PLOT 2: A group called the Illuminati are trying to achieve ultimate power and control all the crime in the city and have more influence than the President who are also working on a way to make someone immortal.
PLOT 3: A vampire hunter is called in by the cops because he was highly recommended (thats a taste of the writing there, people) to help take down the vampires after seeing them at a club but they all got away via teleportation.
PLOT 4: A man who works for the Illuminati tries to handle a shipment of cocaine and its up to the police to stop him.
Now onto my complaints about this movie, it has way too much story! Do I even need to explain why thats the case with this movie? The writing is beyond pathetic. I mean listen to this scenario, a full grown woman tells her father, who is trying to find a way to become immortal, that her boyfriend who she's madly in love with is a vampire and wishes to help him if he gives the vampire a normal life. If anyone seriously said that story to you, you'd send them to a mental ward. This father? He believes her after just 3 seconds.
How about something as simple as the vampire's powers? In a far superior action vampire movie, Underworld, do you think that the vampires would be able to take down a squad of police? Not in this movie! All they do is roar and stand there while the police shoot them. That makes the enemy AI from Assassin's Creed look like Albert Einstein!
Well despite those flaws with others such as horrible acting and "its boring" being thrown into the mix, perhaps the scale of this indie film can show some light. Nope. The editing in this film is the worst I've ever seen in my life. The opening sequence goes like this; a man runs away from an invisible opponent and is attacked, cut to a rich family going to the opera, cut to the guy running away pulling himself over a wall with a bloody face and is only pulled back again, cut to the opera where the vampire and the woman first meet, cut to a guy who chases after a woman (who you never see again) he shoots guys who try to protect her and he supposedly attacks her and cut to the opera again when it just ends. Did any of that flow in an organic rhythm? Thats the editing that plays in the first few minutes of this film and mostly the same style throughout the entire film. How about cinematography? Lighting? etc. These are the only things I come even close to praising; it looks like something out of a porno.
Do I recommend this? Yes. To the governments of the world. This film should be used as an interrogation device against enemies. I guarantee you'll have a confession within 20 minutes. If you're a dictator that wants to uphold balance, play this movie as a punishment. If you are a scientist, study this film for me. What made it? If you are a priest of any religion, exorcise the demons inside it from the world. Have I made it clear I don't like this film yet?
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