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15 August 2006 (USA) See more »
Fueled by vengeance and nightmares, Carl Spencer seeks out his wife's killer. Across town, two sisters are dying of a rare blood disease... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Two and a Half Cheesesteaks for this Little Vamp Indie... ;=8) See more (6 total) »


  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)
Steven J. Niles ... Carl Spencer
Kimberly Niles ... Clara
Marci Kotay ... Sheila (as Marci Tint-Kolay)
Jef Kelly ... Wraithwood
Kevin D. Spotts ... Demetrius
Leah Schmidt ... Angela Spencer
Jodi Cachia ... Eliska
Jason Barclay ... Minion
Greg Niles ... M.D.
David Errickson ... Rusty
Robin Niles ... Helena
Emily Lopizzo ... Tilly
David Nosagrav ... Jordan
Andrew Stone ... Travis
Kristin Brenneck ... Misty
Kathryn Matuch ... Countess Vrana
Mistress Scarlet ... Vella
John King ... Baines
John Rambo ... Club Promoter
Kelly Morton ... Bar Tender
Tim Coleman ... College Boyz
Jacob Blomgren ... College Boyz
Kristine Kingery ... Concubine (as Kristin Kingery)
Lynnette McDonald ... Concubine
Natalie Merritt ... Nun
Terry Domene ... Nun
Damian Russo ... Vampire
Martine Picard ... Vampire
Talon ... Vampire
Victoria Wolodzko ... Vampire
Vikki Farra ... Vampire
Todd Myers ... Vampire
Denise R. Downey ... Vampire
John Gatens ... Vampire
George Matuch ... Vampire
Erin Dattner ... M.D.'s Party Girl
Melissa Ludwig ... M.D.'s Party Girl
Brittany Nophut ... M.D.'s Party Girl
Meredith Schute ... M.D.'s Party Girl
Lauren McLean ... M.D.'s Party Girl
Carfax Abbey

Directed by
Steven J. Niles 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steven J. Niles  story
Kevin D. Spotts  story

Produced by
Kevin D. Spotts .... producer
Film Editing by
Kevin D. Spotts 
Special Effects by
David Errickson .... pyrotechnician
Visual Effects by
Kevin D. Spotts .... digital effects artist
Camera and Electrical Department
David Nosagrav .... additional camerawork
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Martine Picard .... stylist
Other crew
David Errickson .... production assistant
Carfax Abbey .... special thanks
David Giuffre .... special thanks (as David 'Inverse Reverb' Giuffre)
Martine Picard .... special thanks
Damian Russo .... special thanks
Thomas Smitheman Jr. .... special thanks

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USA:82 min

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7 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Two and a Half Cheesesteaks for this Little Vamp Indie... ;=8), 11 February 2007
Author: MooCowMo from Mooport Moos, VA


Awlright, let's begin with the obvious: the lighting in this film is bad. Very bad. Distractingly and damagingly bad. But the MooCow can tell you, from his very brief experience with filming, lighting can be VERY tricky business, especially if you have a tight budget, or are an inexperienced DP. Of all the production elements needed to make a successful film, lighting and sound rank as arguably the moost important (aside from editing).

This ain't a Hollywood film, people. It ain't even close. But the MooCow has to clap his hooves in approval for this valiant effort.

The story (set in Philadelphia!!!) cowcerns a damaged man out to avenge the death of his wife by a cabal of vampires. He doesn't care for their politics, or their preening leader Wraithwood, or even their efforts to resurrect their slain sire: all he wants is to get even with Demetrius. A film about revenge, which just happens to include vampires.

This is a fairly simple story, conventionally told and earnestly acted, hamstrung primarily by lesser production values. But there is moore heart in this perky little indie than in moost of the pap that Hollybore craps out on a regular basis.

There are juicy bits of dialog; there is a pretty rockin' alt-rock score (including MySpace's Torsion from Philly!); and there are charismatic, believable performances from moost of the cast. Pacing is fairly smooth, and the film mooves along at a nice clip without bogging down anywhere in particular. The direction is focused, minimal, and neither shows off nor gets in the way. There are many good things to be said for this effort, clearly the best film on the bundled vampire DVD which the MooCow viewed "Lifeblood".

Some of the fight scenes were not very cowvincing. Nor were some of the FX. And the wigger-guy, MD: pretty lame. And some of the special effects are, well...special. But no matter. This cow was willing to suspend belief and forgive some of these minor flaws to enjoy the overall film, and the MooCow hopes you will too.

Its a new day out there, people. Advances in technology have leveled the playing field for a lot of people out there who would rather make their own films than wait for Hollybore to maybe make something not completely ralfable. Independent film should be encouraged and supported whenever possible. And while this may not be on the level of, say, "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavera", or "Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter", nonetheless the MooCow can tell you there are far, far worse vampire vehicles out there, ready to sop up your hard-earned weregeld.

So grab a Philly blunt, a cheese steak (chicken, of course!), a couple of soft pretzels, and enjoy the film! :=8D

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