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Young Blood: Evil Intentions (2012)

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Anavey, along with her naive sister Anastasia, form a cult of blood thirsty youths to put all the controlling adults who treat children unfairly in their place.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Autumn Ward ...
Zoë Cox ...
Rebecca Kidd ...
Myron Smith ...
Brett R.M. Smith ...
Cletus Earles ...
Sheriff Bacon
Robert Hobbs III ...
Rev. Jerry Jackson
Dick Jansen ...
News Reporter
News Anchor
Count Smokula
The Vampire Santa
Sierra Holmes ...
Girl who slaps Dale
Julian Christopher Kalis ...
Macho Boy friend


Raised in a torn home, one girl discovers she has the ability to make big changes, with even bigger consequences. Anavey Winchester (Autumn Ward), with the loyal help of her innocent little sister Anastasia (Zoe Cox), form an army of young blood thirsty vampires to kill all the adults. No one is safe. Will Anavey's dreams become a reality? Will Anastasia escape the cult before it's too late? Will the angry mob put an end to the insanity? With performances by Butch Patrick (The Munsters), Jamison Newlander (The Lost Boys), Lloyd Kaufman (Troma Entertainment.), Count Smokula, Sal "The Vampire Santa" Lizard and many others, "Young Blood" is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat and forever remind parents to respect their children. Written by Splattered Kumquat Productions

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Young Blood: Evil Intentions gets my vote of 10!
6 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To me, this was the best independent film that I have seen in ages. It is a movie about a young girl, born a vampire, who corrupts her innocent little sister as well as an entire army of youngsters. Their goal is to rid the world of the evil adults who try to control their lives. The acting of both the children and adults in the film was outstanding for a group of nonprofessional actors and actresses. The props and stunts were so believable! I would highly recommend this film to anyone who has the opportunity to view it. It has its comical parts to release tension: while at the same time, it is scary to think that something like this could happen. I wish it the best in the upcoming film festivals.

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