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Blood Shot -- In the heart of the city, a nefarious terrorist cell is plotting a major attack against the US. Little do the terrorists know, someone is on to them.  As they prepare to execute the first part of their plan, a mysterious figure infiltrates their home base and dispatches them one by one. The mysterious figure is revealed to be a Vampire (Michael Bailey Smith), but not just any Vampire. This particular Vampire is employed by a covert government organization lead by Sam (Lance Henriksen) whose sole mission is to protect America from detrimental threats. Meanwhile, Rip (Brennan Elliott), a rogue cop, knows of the Vampire’s existence and will stop at nothing to destroy it, even if his wife, job, and sanity are at stake. 
After several violent encounters with the Vampire, Rip is beaten to a pulp, but like any good cop, he never gives up. The Vampire attempts to explain himself to Rip and convince him that he is on the same side, but Rip isn’t having it. 
In the meantime, Bob (Brad Dourif), the most notorious terrorist in the world, is on his way to the US to execute the attack.  Along with him is a gang of motley terrorists (Marty Klebba, Joey Naber, Anthony Batarse, Herzl Tobey and Assaf Cohen), hell bent on destroying the city. Upon hearing the news, the Vampire must convince Rip to join forces and stop Bob before he detonates a powerful nuke in the middle of the city.


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  (in credits order)

Brennan Elliott ... Rip

Michael Bailey Smith ... Vampire

Brad Dourif ... Bob

Lance Henriksen ... Sam

Christopher Lambert ... President

Martin Klebba ... Marud

Assaf Cohen ... Hmar

Azita Ghanizada ... Zahra

Joey Naber ... Zubri

Herzl Tobey ... Ali

Anthony Batarse ... Executioner

Kristi Clainos ... Carrie

Deke Anderson ... Informant
Gregory Wagrowski ... Russian Scientist

Max Daniels ... Terrorist Scum

Paula Trickey ... Sanchez

Michael Patrick McGill ... Carl

Joe Holt ... Skid

Jeff Chase ... Genie

Diana Gettinger ... Eliza
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Abiskaron ... Farhad

Leslie Augustine ... Harem Girl

Salman Bokhari ... Terrorist

Troy Brenna ... Genie
Matthew Brown ... Cop

John Bryant ... Bob's Goon (as John Bryant Davila)
Cara Byerly ... Cop
Irani Da Silva ... Harem Girl
Natalina Depina ... Harem Girl
Jannel-Marie Diaz ... Harem Girl (as Jannel Diaz)
Marie Downing ... Harem Girl
Erica Duff ... Harem Girl
Emily Flores ... Harem Girl
Jane Galloway Heitz ... Gertrude - Internal Affairs
Jay Moshe Gergel ... Bob's Goon
Brittany Gonzales ... Harem Girl

Paul Grace ... News Cameraman

Todd Hacker ... President's Aide
Francisca Hernandez ... Harem Girl

Michael Hilow ... Bihn
Tashfin Ikram ... Terrrorist

Amir Khalighi ... Bob's Goon
Eric Michael Kochmer ... Terrorist

Eva-Maria Leonardou ... Harem Girl (as Eva Maria Leonardou)
Jennifer Lopes ... Harem Girl
Joseph Martinez ... Terrorist

David Mattey ... Eunuch
Anoush Mevart ... Harem Girl
Valerie Michelson ... Harem Girl
Pamela Morgan ... Harem Girl
Pamela Moses ... Harem Girl

Joel Munoz ... Terrorist

Mighty Mike Murga ... Hakeem

Amanda Musso ... Harem Girl
Aladine Naamou ... Terrorist
Ray O'Connor ... Secret Service
Suraya Omar ... Harem Girl
Christina Petersen ... Harem Girl
Bridget Piatt ... Harem Girl

Donna Pieroni ... Interviewee
Lawrence Popaj ... Sneaky
Tania Possick ... Harem Girl
Ezra Reich ... Cop

Rosanna Rizzuto ... Non-Virgin
Larisa Robertson ... Harem Girl

Percy Rustomji ... Bob's Goon

Sunil Sadarangani ... Terrorist

Ric Sarabia ... Survivor
Setareh ... Harem Girl (as Setareh Ghahar)
Andee Speakman ... Harem Girl
Charmaine Stansall ... Aisha
Frank Tamez ... Terrorist
Mike Tipton ... Secret Service
Alexander Vago ... Cop

Pej Vahdat ... Ruhmeo
Cherry Whitten ... Harem Girl
Ludovit Zywczak ... Terrorist

Fouad Hajji ... Terrorist (uncredited)

Directed by
Dietrich Johnston 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dietrich Johnston 

Produced by
Marta Anderson .... post production producer
Dietrich Johnston .... producer
Jacqueline Johnston .... producer
Scott Pearlman .... co-producer
Daniel Sollinger .... line producer
Andrew Wyly .... executive producer
Original Music by
Kyle Newmaster 
Cinematography by
Adam Biddle 
Film Editing by
Dietrich Johnston 
Production Design by
Gabor Norman 
Art Direction by
Alan Atwood 
Doc McFadzen 
Set Decoration by
Gladys Rodriguez 
Costume Design by
Arlene Castillo 
Makeup Department
Laura Calvo .... special makeup effects artist
Ruth Haney .... special makeup effects artist
Kristy Horiuchi .... key makeup artist
Starr Jones .... special makeup effects artist
Megg Massey .... hair department head
Magan Michele .... makeup effects technician
Hugo Villasenor .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Chase Hudson .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andy Wise Lee .... second assistant director
Michael D. Witman .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Don Anderson .... storyboard artist
Tessa Faulkner .... assistant property master
Joann Gross .... key scenic
Ray Harris .... storyboard artist
Rob Hill .... set dresser
Naoko Inada .... assistant property master
Naoko Inada .... on-set dresser
Jeffrey Lombardi .... leadman (as Jeffrey Givens)
Vincent Lucido .... storyboard artist
Steven Masseroni .... concept artist
Steven Masseroni .... storyboard artist
Steven Masseroni .... visual concept artist
Johan Mauritzson .... title concept
Doc McFadzen .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Rene Coronado .... sound design editor
Brad Dale .... sound effects editor
Devin Golub .... sound: pickups
Jeremiah Gray .... sound effects editor
Andy Hurtado .... assistant sound engineer
Brandon Weatherread .... sound effects editor
Andy Welker .... adr mixer
Roy Machado .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Roy Machado .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Wayne Beauchamp .... special effects supervisor
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Visual Effects by
Chad Briggs .... visual effects supervisor
Chris Mills .... visual effects supervisor
Blake Skaggs .... visual effects artist
Burlin Taras .... visual effects artist
Tylney Taylor .... visual effects producer
Tylney Taylor .... visual effects supervisor
Shane T. Anderson .... stunt rigger
Joni Avery .... stunt double
Rick Avery .... stunt performer
Brian Patrick Collins .... stunt double
Eyad Elbitar .... stunt performer
Nick Hermz .... stunt performer
Michael Hilow .... stunt performer
Toby Holguin .... stunts
Gary Kasper .... stunt double
Martin Klebba .... stunts
Cole S. McKay .... stunt coordinator
Anthony Molinari .... stunt double
Norman Mora .... stunts
Damien Moreno .... stunt performer
Aladine Naamou .... stunts
David Ott .... stunts
Carlos Ragas .... stunt performer
Laurence Todd Rosenthal .... stunt performer
Marc Scizak .... stunt performer
Ray Siegle .... stunts
Tim Sitarz .... stunt coordinator
Marco Morales .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jose Aguirre .... best boy electric
Gavin Alcott .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Edward Button .... digital imaging technician
Chris D. Chapman .... dolly grip
Brian Deutsch .... key grip
Glen Evans .... best boy grip
Mauricio Gutierrez .... assistant camera: pickups
Miles Gutkin .... best boy grip
Justin Jeung .... first assistant camera
Chris Kallemeyn .... gaffer
Kristin Klier .... still photographer
Brian J. Kronenberg .... key grip (as Brian Kronenberg)
Chris Lumpkin .... grip
Cedric Martin .... Steadicam operator
Cedric Martin .... camera operator: "b" camera
Chuck May .... grip
David E. May .... second assistant camera
Eric Meisner .... director of photography: second unit
Matt Mindlin .... cinematographer: second unit
John C. Nadeau .... additional photography gaffer
Dawn Nakamura .... additional second assistant camera
Richard Porter .... second unit: key grip
Marshall Rao .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Troy Rice .... grip
Armand J. Saucier .... first assistant camera
Sergei Sorokin .... additional second assistant camera
Paul Storino .... a dolly grip
Rick Uva .... grip: pickups
Marc Wiercioch .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Casting Department
Kristan Berona .... extras casting
Lindsay Chag .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alecia Ashby .... wardrobe assistant
Barrie Kaufman .... set costumer
Stephanie Parker .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Max Logan Boyer .... assistant editor
Tom Forletta .... colorist
Blake Harjes .... additional editor
Jacqueline Johnston .... post-production coordinator
Eric Potter .... additional editor
Jay Steinberg .... on-line editor
T.J. Young .... assistant editor
Location Management
William Clark Coit III .... location manager
Music Department
Mark Denis .... composer: additional music
Gordy Haab .... composer: additional music
Jeremy Levy .... orchestrator
Joni Ramos .... music librarian
Damon Tedesco .... music scoring mixer
Transportation Department
Jorge Velasquez .... transportation captain
Greagrey Waldrop .... transportation coordinator (as Greag Waldrop)
Other crew
Rick Avery .... aerial coordinator: pilot
Daniel Beals .... production assistant
Max Logan Boyer .... additional editing
Michael Fischler .... production accountant
Torrence Hall .... armorer
Angela L. Jones .... production coordinator
Lorena Leon .... production assistant
Deyza Linder .... assistant craft service
Monica McLeod .... assistant accountant
Teresa Nance .... key craft service
Que Purdy .... craft service
Ryan Reels .... key set production assistant
Sam Reinis .... script supervisor
Sheila Roberts .... publicist
Sam Sako .... advisor: mideast
Roman Salcedo .... production assistant
Michael Saleman .... production attorney
Tricia Sherwood .... key craft service
Beth Tashjian .... post production supervisor
Mike Tristano .... master armorer
Clay Van Sickle .... armorer
T.J. Young .... assistant to director

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Enough Fun to Warrent a Sequel, 18 February 2014
Author: Greg ( from Oakville, Ontario

Some of my guiltiest pleasures come in the form of horror comedies from the 1980's. Waxwork, Dead Heat, House, are just three of the many titles that I would step on and over young children just to get in front of the screen to which they were projecting. Generally, the films are not very good. But they had a playfulness to them and I will give the benefit of the doubt to the producers that they knew exactly what they intending and to what audience it was intended.

The new millennium has tried to produce some of the magic of the horror/comedy peers of yesteryear, but have been largely unsuccessful. With exceptions handed out to a small few (including the best example of late: Tucker & Dale vs. Evil) the studios try too hard to mix the different genres without just letting it flow and develop into what it might become.

The latest horror/comedy to cross our desk was Blood Shot – a film that has brought 80's horror actors Brad Dourif, Lance Henriksen and Christopher Lambert together (even if none of the three share a scene). Blood Spot is a typical buddy cop film that is not your typical buddy cop film. Brennan Elliott plays Rip, a rogue cop who fights both terrorists and vampires. Bailey Smith plays a vampire – a vampire that works for the CIA (Vampire Division) under the direction of Sam (Henricksen). Rip and the Vampire are constantly at odds with each other with Rip trying everything from garlic to holy water to bring down the undead bloodsucker. But both are crusaders for good. And both find themselves having to team together to fight an evil Middle Eastern terrorist (Dourif) who is planning a nuclear attack on U.S. soil. That's the story. Long and short.

Blood Shot is based on the short film of the same name by writer/director Dietrich Johnston. Johnston gets a bigger budget (estimated at $3.5 million) for this full length feature and does the best with opportunity spinning an enjoyable tale that has a handful of good one-liners and a whole lot of fun as the story plays out.

The film never takes itself too seriously and comes very close at times to resembling a deleted scene from The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! But it manages to consistently pull itself back in from the brink of absurdity to get back to what it does best – entertain.

The story in itself is not ground breaking and painting white actors brown to look like Middle Eastern terrorists will either be offensive or hilarious depending on one's sense of humor. But the action and the relationship between the two reluctant partners is enough to keep this film afloat and amass enough appreciation to present a recommendation.

More interestingly still is where the premise can go from here. The idea of a vigilante vampire has been done before with Blade, but Blood Shot doesn't attempt for spectacular stunts and action sequences. It instead spends time on character and that makes the idea of continuing the series an interesting premise we would like to see exploited.

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