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Kung Fu Vampire Killers (2001)

The DNA samples Lucy needs to finish her thesis don't arrive, so she's stuck - unless she can find a DVA sample from a 100 year old Chinese corpse. She persuades her flatmates to visit the ... See full summary »

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Katherine Beresford ...
Ellie Swann ...
Lucy
Vincent Wong-Ming ...
Jonathan
Aaron Orr ...
Maceo
Christopher Summers ...
Quincy
Ben Butler-Hogg ...
Lin Piao, Vampire
Chris Loh ...
Taoist
Jenny Zhuang ...
Girl
Nic Coldrick ...
Vampire
Simon O'Sullivan ...
Damien
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The DNA samples Lucy needs to finish her thesis don't arrive, so she's stuck - unless she can find a DVA sample from a 100 year old Chinese corpse. She persuades her flatmates to visit the local cemetery to dig up a Chinese corpse. Unfortunately it turns out to be a hopping Chinese Vampire Written by Phil Davison

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A gruesome comedy about Graverobbery, Racism, and Headless Vampire Flatmate Corpses

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Comedy | Horror

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9 July 2001 (New Zealand)  »

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NZD 16,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Ancient Chinese-Kiwi vampire film -good for amateur
1 December 2008 | by (nz) – See all my reviews

The fact that this scored over seven out of ten up to now doesn't count for much since it's only had eight votes. For a D-rate Kiwi vampire film with a budget of $16,000 it's actually pretty accurate though.

It's extremely amateur but not so naturally without talent that you 'need' to turn it off. I found it progressive and kinda amusing. "Kung Fu Vampire Killers" shows a decided lack of effort but it transcends the belief that it meant to do that, and that's what's provocative about it. The sound, the picture, and the dialogue appear so cheaply effective it actually seems genuine. I liked this movie. A lot. But I fully realize that most people won't, especially general American audiences.

This is totally true, if you're from the us, you don't like independent or foreign (or cult) films, don't bother. You'll think it's the end of the world. Everyone else (probably the minority) I recommend it, even if it's just so you can say you saw it all the way through. Even if it's just the title that attracted you.

It's a journey boys and girls.


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