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Felicia and Calvin are two 'vampires' living in a desolate Long Island where things are tolerable...Until the local blood bank amps up security measures and their hunt for the red stuff ... See full summary »

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Duane Bazazian ...
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Neighbor
Tara Evans ...
Hostile Shopper
Jake McGee ...
Tracheotomy
James Neyman ...
Mr. Paranoid
Kevin Petroff ...
Calvin
Pamela Price ...
Felicia
Alexander Scire ...
Simpleton
Kenneth Wooton ...
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Felicia and Calvin are two 'vampires' living in a desolate Long Island where things are tolerable...Until the local blood bank amps up security measures and their hunt for the red stuff sends them down a rabbit hole of desperation and decadence. Their humanitarian methods of obtaining their sanguine drug soon go out the window when they are faced with the reality of their situation. Once blood has been drawn, the scenario worsens until an all-out massacre is not far off and the maladjusted addicts must consider their rather grim fate, as a couple and as the monsters that they have become. Written by Anonymous

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Their oxygen...is blood... See more »

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Director Bob Freville allowed actor/associate producer Duane Bazazian to slice open his bicep with a rapier in lieu of a prosthetic device that was needed for a bloodletting sequence. The shot of Freville getting sliced was ultimately left on the cutting room floor. See more »

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Tedious at best, fangs anyway...
16 August 2015 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

...this is a movie only an Ed Wood could admire, and I think even he might look askance. The scripting (screenplay is much too generous) is awful, the cinematography has all the hallmarks of tyros learning their craft, and the acting is mostly self-conscious to the point of irritation. Neither lead is compelling enough to hold audience interest, especially in the face of such a mediocre script; the one fellow's demo reel is far superior to anything he showed us in "Hemo," and the femme fatale has wisely retreated back to journalistic interests. Honestly, the only real reason I have for typing a few words about this turkey is that my library system wasted X-amount of dollars stocking it, and that irritates me enough to make me slap it around on this site. I suppose if you're a fan of (probably) well-meaning but (almost utterly) incompetent filmmaking, then go for it. I remain shaking my head that there are people who bankroll junk like this, not to mention manage to actually turn a nickel or two on it. More power to 'em, I guess, but not on the public dime, thank you very much.

You've been warned; this is insomniac viewing only. Toothless and weak.


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