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Vampegeddon (2010)

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Chased out of the old world, the dark vampire lord Giovanni flees to the American southwest where he sets up a new brood. Longshank, Brittan's premier vampire slayer follows him here, and ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Michael Alvarez ...
Reincarnated Vampire 1
Josh Bingenheimer ...
Corey Busboom ...
Reincarnated Vampire 3
Jenna Contreras ...
Vampire Woman 4
Sugar Cox ...
Rick Dyer ...
Mr. Rizzowski
Liana Hubbard ...
Vampire Woman 2
Chynna Lyons ...
Vampire Woman 1
Brittany Madrid ...
Indian Squaw
Danny Marianino ...
Jacqueline Smith ...


Chased out of the old world, the dark vampire lord Giovanni flees to the American southwest where he sets up a new brood. Longshank, Brittan's premier vampire slayer follows him here, and in a final confrontation in the Arizona desert both are killed. A hundred years later Melissa, a gorgeous, goth, lesbian college student, is obsessed with becoming a vampire and escaping her terrible home life. Along with her four friends, Ted, Liz, Mona, and Kent, she regularly conducts ceremonies where she tries to commune with dark forces. When she buys an old, evil book at a creepy garage sale she finally has the key she has been searching for. Following her dreams of Giovanni and a map in the book the five friends hike out to "Massacre Lane" and finally summon up some real vampires. Written by Aaron Neal Trout

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Your time is over, Giovani!




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Mona: The tem... for the peggans... is at hand
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Worst Vampire Movie I've Ever Seen
8 January 2013 | by (Lorton, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Whoever edited this movie missed a lot of con trails in the sky. You know, from airplanes which did not exist in the old west. Yeah....

The Indian girl at the campfire is wearing a gold chain. Indians did not wear gold or work with precious metals. Also, the blankets laid by the fire are Mexican style, not Native American.

Seriously, heavy metal juxtaposed with the old west does NOT jive. It's just jarring and off-putting.

The foley artist and sound mixer made the fire sound too windy and loud.

Igor, from the Frankenstein lore, is actually a Nosferatu-esque vampire? WTF?! Wow, really bad makeup work, overacting, melodrama, and horrible fight choreography on top of even more modern music that adds nothing to the scene.

I'm only 9 minutes into this film and I already hate it.

Then, suddenly a quartet of middle-age goths of various types appear and we're in modern day.

Gratuitous female boob shots (one from far away, one close up of surgically enhanced chest cantaloupes).

Yeah, because all goths believe in Wicca, vampires, and play D&D. NOT! Oh, and it's painfully obvious that they were holding small blood packets in their palms that they pierced with the dagger. Bad attempt to conceal prop blood. Had it been actual blood, drinking it would likely make them vomit. The human stomach does not tolerate blood very well at all.

So, why is the redhead immediately drawn into some strange guy's house to buy stuff? Why is that not creepy to her? Especially when he starts rubbing his enormous gut in an oddly sexual manner. Then Fatty McFatterson is surrounded by four naked vampires flashing their boobs and draining him dry. Yeah, that was the weirdest garage sale EVER!

How many sets of breasts will you see in this movie? A whopping seven!

The foley track has no sounds other than the characters' voices most of the time. No footsteps, gravel, birds chirping, dogs barking, neighborhood or traffic sounds, etc. It's eerie.

During the campfire scene's circle kiss, you can clearly see a cameraman's shadow on the rocks.

How can vampires feed without dripping blood everywhere and making a huge mess? They can't. Yet, the redhead feeds on the Nosferatu dude with no bloody lips or drips.

Why would a vampire with sharp canines need to wear and/or use a bloodletter? That's what his teeth are for, duh!

So, Liz has been possessed by a spirit, but the accent slips from an unknown British dialect to sounding more Aussie or Kiwi.

The big guy would not still be flailing with his hands after being decapitated. He should have gone down immediately. Also, the skinny guy must be really, really high to think getting doused in his buddy's blood is funny or cool.

Always, always, always put out your campfire and make sure it poses no danger before leaving.

If you stake a guy in the heart, the stake will NOT be pulled out clean and completely devoid of blood. Seriously, how many more mistakes does this movie have?

Since when do vampires and pentagrams go together? What is going on here?

The vampires' palms are normal skin color. Makeup fail.

The director is super seriously into boobs. We get to see a pair every 10 minutes or so. As a woman watching this movie, it's really annoying at this point, because it doesn't drive the plot and is completely unnecessary.

Redhead wakes up suddenly, screams, and passes back out. What was the point of that?

Once again, when you stake a vampire, the tip should come out covered in gore. Also, slamming two car doors makes no noise at all? How did she know where the keys were? How was it suddenly morning (even though that is really a sunset)? Mistake after mistake after mistake. Worst editor ever?

Wow, that was terrible.

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Such a great name, too bad wasted on a bad movie. Psivage
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