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I accidentally learned about Todd Sheets while surfing the 'net one night, I happened to stumble upon his site by accident, and after reading about his views of today's horror movies, he instantly intrigued me, he felt the same way I did about the crap they're churning out that's so called 'horror'. I finally had a few extra dollars so I ordered one of his movies, and being a rock and roll fan, I chose "Dominion". The main plot concerns a child vampire and his minions who want to resurrect their leader during a heavy metal concert. Sounds cool, huh? Since I know his work is low budget, I didn't expect too much out of it other than a good story. True, the acting isn't very good at all, the plot jumps around a lot, the filming itself is pretty bad, and the beginning is a direct rip off from 'Salems Lot, but I actually enjoyed it. Watching the movie you can tell that this was pretty much "Hey, I'm going to get all my friends together and we're going to make a horror movie!", but if I had the money, I'd do it, too! I would recommend "Dominion" to any true fan of horror who's thirsty for the good old days before all the "Scream because I know what you're push-up bra did to the urban legend last summer" flix of recent years. I'm looking forward to getting more of Todd's movies very soon.
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