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
I made a mistake and tried to watch it. The other reviewer mentioned this as a means of being discovered. Really? From shaking camera's to amateur make up and acting along with no plot worth mentioning. Oh, I suppose there was a plot but it took so long to get to it and the writer/directors penchant for trying to make you think he was smarter than he actually is by guessing what the plot might be just truly sucked. I'm sorry, but it was really bad. I actually had to start fast forwarding after 10-15 minutes it was that bad. They couldn't even walk normally half the time. Like people knowing their being filmed and not sure how to walk. Weird.
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