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From the Director of 'DEADTIME' and 'Zombie Harvest' comes Crying Wolf! They're Hungry, Hairy and ready to hunt you down! The comedy horror Crying Wolf tells the story of strange and weird ... See full summary »
A taut reinvention of vampire lore, Shadowland opens in modern day North America, where construction workers uncover an old stone cross and what appears to be a wooden stake. They remove ... See full summary »
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Miguel Ángel Vivas
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
Jack Juneau is but one of a long series of "Juneau" brothers as director John Vincent always uses the name in his films. 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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Somehow bad acting vampires are taking over the world.
I am a lover of horror, slasher or even weird Barbie workout videos, but this has got to be one of the worst all time letdowns I've ever encountered. They must have spent most of their budget on the first 3 minutes of the film and then went out and recruited derelicts off the street to fill the roles of "actors." I saw an add somewhere for this freak show and thought it looked good, even the cover photo looked fairly scary. As soon as the first "actors" opened their pie holes I knew it was going down the crap-per. I mean at least try to sound like you're not reading from the script, if their was one. Quit waisting my time and your money, and stop ruining everybody's expectations. I'm not usually this abrasive, but this one deserved it.
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