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Silver Clutch (2012)

Nick Blackheart has escaped being tortured for over 100 year's by his evil brother Zarek. Time has passed and its 2012. Zarek sends the vampire, Cezar along with 2 henchman to capture him ... See full summary »

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Chuck Prell ...
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Nick Schrotenboer ...
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Kay Bouma ...
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Tony Laskowicz ...
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Nick Blackheart has escaped being tortured for over 100 year's by his evil brother Zarek. Time has passed and its 2012. Zarek sends the vampire, Cezar along with 2 henchman to capture him again and end the ancient family feud once and for all. Written by NS

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$2,000 (estimated)
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The movie took over a year to complete due to scheduling conflicts. See more »

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Instant Cult Classic
22 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

Silver Clutch is by far the best Indie in film made to feature in Grand Rapids. I seen several this year locally made and Kay Bouma definitely offers something unique and special here. Best performances coming from Richard Raphael portraying Dante, somewhat of a Biker werewolf from True Blood and David Scott Diaz who's portrayed Cezar, a vampire who reminded me of Lestat from Interview with the Vampire and Damon from The Vampire Diaries.

After seeing this movie I was impressed with the acting overall and everything put into it for being a low budget film. The leading ladies were not great, poor acting on there behalf and could of been casted much better. This didn't necessarily hurt the movie. This movie definitely reminded me of a few Hammer horror films from back in the day..especially the TV series Dark Shadows. This is a must see instant cult classic!


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