A cataclysmic impact on the moon signals the beginning of the end for mankind as a vampire apocalypse sweeps across Earth. Four strangers are thrown together in a desperate attempt to stay alive as vampires and their human henchmen try to murder the world. The newly turned vampire Michael and the "Renfields" are but the tip of the spear as The Four Horsemen and Satan himself seek to rule the world. Directed by Indie horror mainstay John Vincent for Evil Genius Entertainment, VAMPIRELAND is a special effects thrill-ride filled with goons, guns, guts, and gore. Written by
The film is set in the fictional town of "Harper's Grove," where many of director John Vincent's films are set. See more »
I don't know why they let me live anymore then I know is what what they did to Shelly. What I do know is that I am going to find them. If she's one of them, I'll stick a stake right through her heart.
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Director John Vincent used the name "William Kelso" as production manager in tribute to John Belushi's character Wild Bill Kelso from "1941". See more »
What a total waste of time. I would not watch this movie even if I was cast in it. It is that bad. Very amateur.
I could only watch 5 minutes, then left! I was hoping for more from this picture. When I watch pictures, I like to walk away from them hungry. With this flick, I wanted to join Jenny Craig. Or, I was definitely considering going on a fast. I needed to cleanse my mind from the absurdity it absorbed. I would place this in an unremarkable category or in the same column as Blair Witch Project or Apollo 18.
Nothing else stands out in my mind to say about this Stinker, except stay away!
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