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This Darkness: The Vampire Virus (2003)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 8 April 2003
When world-famous genetic engineer Dr. Van Helsing discovers the secret to immortality, his world is ravaged by true-blood vampires. The Lord of the Undead makes a pact with the young ... See full summary »

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Dylan O'Leary

Writer:

Dylan O'Leary
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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Everritt David Everritt ... Tarquin the Vampire
Jenevieve Frank Jenevieve Frank ... Rally
Amanda Cook Amanda Cook ... Dr. Mary Kmai
Sean Bennett ... Dr. Bob
Son Nguyen Son Nguyen ... FBI Agent Sean Nguyen
Dylan O'Leary Dylan O'Leary ... Dr. Van Helsing VII
John McLeod John McLeod ... Ronder
Ron Little Ron Little ... Master Little
Eli Born Eli Born ... Eli
Tony Malachi Tony Malachi ... Tony
Mitch Roberts Mitch Roberts ... Dean Jones
Terry Prewitt Terry Prewitt ... Wedding Minister (as Dr. Terry Prewitt)
Rachel Barevich Rachel Barevich
Amanda Cherry Amanda Cherry ... Amanda (as Amanda Ratchford)
Carley Quina Carley Quina ... Carley
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When world-famous genetic engineer Dr. Van Helsing discovers the secret to immortality, his world is ravaged by true-blood vampires. The Lord of the Undead makes a pact with the young doctor: "Make a bride for me, one as perfect as I, and I shall show you wonders this world has never seen." Shadows haunt the doctor, when a hot young student enters his lab and the line between ethics and curiosity are crossed. As bloodshed fills the halls, the battle between Good and Evil begins. Should he believe the promises of the vampire or is he creating another Anti-Christ? Written by Brain Damage Films

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The Immortal Struggle

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Horror

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Not Rated
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USA

Language:

English

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8 April 2003 (USA) See more »

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The Darkness See more »

Filming Locations:

Pensacola, Florida, USA

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When Master Little tosses Van on the mat, he lands on a thick red one. When he gets up however he is on a thin blue mat. See more »

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I sense one crucial point about this film is being overlooked...
6 November 2006 | by Manningmilt1See all my reviews

I sense out there a mix of confusion and varying degrees of personal taste in the reactions to this film. Yes, there are vampire stereotypes. Yes, there are scientific stereotypes covered here. Even martial arts stereotypes. All well and good, and sure, not all perfectly done. However, I sense one crucial point about this film is being overlooked...the cultural significance of its location. The film is set in Pensacola, Florida, and does not try to avoid saying so. That's a bold move in the film world today, and a rare treat for fans of indy films. And indeed, it may not be the last. Pensacola is world renowned as a Navy town, an aviation town, a lumber town, and sometimes even as a hotbed for political controversy. Rarely is it seen as a growing film town. But that's all changing now. More film companies are coming in to shoot. And more native Pensacolians are discovering the power of cinema for themselves. This film is part of a growing trend of Pensacola-based indy films, and more are on the way. Pensacola is making a big noise in the global film community, and by and by, the world is taking more notice. Watch and listen, world. The Pensacolians are coming. Like a virus.


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