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Carmilla, the Lesbian Vampire (2004)

Vampires vs. Zombies (original title)
R | | Horror | Video 13 April 2004
Two of horrordom's most feared creatures against one another. When young Jenna becomes affected by a mysterious vampiric disease, she begins to hallucinate, and her father whisks her away on a journey to find the source of the infection.

Director:

Vince D'Amato

Writers:

Sheridan Le Fanu (story "Carmilla") (as J. Sheridan Le Fanu), Vince D'Amato
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bonny Giroux Bonny Giroux ... Jenna Fontaine
C.S. Munro C.S. Munro ... Travis Fontaine
Maritama Carlson ... Carmilla
Brinke Stevens ... Julia / State Trooper
Peter Ruginis Peter Ruginis ... The General
Melanie Crystal ... Tessa Briggs
Erica Carroll ... Mary
Roy Tupper Roy Tupper ... The Doctor
Rob Carpenter ... Gas Station Attendant
Jon Scheffer Jon Scheffer ... Gas Station Boss
Derek Champion Derek Champion ... Jeep Driver
Ligaya Allmer Ligaya Allmer ... Bob
Colin Worley Colin Worley ... 1st Zombie
Chris Webb ... Roadworker Zombie
Tarja Ridgewell Tarja Ridgewell ... Vamp
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Storyline

Based on the novel CARMILLA by Sheridan Le Fanu, VAMPIRES VS. ZOMBIES pits two of horrordom's most feared creatures against one another. When young Jenna becomes affected by a mysterious vampiric disease, she begins to hallucinate, and her father whisks her away on a journey to find the source of the infection. On their way to the hometown of Baroness Vampire Carmilla, suspected to be the cause of the problem, the two encounter a friendly General, school-girl zombies, cannibals, and of course, the power-mad, evil Carmilla.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

Taglines:

The battle between the living dead and the undead has begun!

Genres:

Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for horror violence and gore, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Trivia

The mysterious gas station attendant who wanders off at the end is simply known as Zombie Slayer. Potentially leading to a spin off solo movie as shown in the credits with him walking off with full gear into the unknown. See more »

Quotes

Carmilla: I'm NOT Carmillia!
The General: SHUT THE FUCK UP!
[elbows her in the face]
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Soundtracks

Another Fullmoon
Written by John Jones
Performed by Living With Demons
copyright 2002 Living With Demons
Courtesy of John Jones & Living With Demons
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BAAAAAATH
21 July 2004 | by foobalubaSee all my reviews

I'm pretty sure when I watched this movie, the only way I could get through it was to assure myself that later, after seeing it, a very long shower and an eye scrub would purge my body of the sin that is seeing "Vampires VS Zombies."

Honestly, I'm pretty sure this is the worst movie ever. While watching it, I had to pause every few moments to keep my brain from exploding. The scenes did not at all move together, and it was in no way comprehensible. It seemed that the best the director did was build up to something during every scene, but that "something" was never there.

While some people say for a bad movie that the best part is the end, I would have to disagree for this one. I waited an entire 85 minutes for some sort of rejuvenation from this movie, but was only greeted by a spinning book displaying the words, "THE END." The movie's acting was like something out of a terrible video game's voice acting, and the plot I'm pretty sure didn't exist. I was glad to see that the creators could let themselves go so easily, but this doesn't even go on the list of B-movies.

I suspect that there is a secret companion film to this abomination which consists of all the "other" scenes that would, coupled with many of the scenes in this movie, form a complete porno-film. Have you actually seen a movie that made your head physically hurt? This one did.

I'm sorry, but don't ever, EVER, EVER watch Vampires vs. Zombies. Not even as a way to pass time or laugh at how bad it is. It's nearly impossible to get through.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 April 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Carmilla See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Creepy Six Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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