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Fluffy the English Vampire Slayer (2001)

Fluffy, a vampire slayer based in England, has to defeat the evil Count Von Whedon when he gets his hands on a magical ring giving him surprising new powers.

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Louise Anne Bateman ... Fluffy
Paul Andrade ... Alex
Kat Whitaker ... Ash
Peter Kidson ... Ted
Steven McCombe ... Count Von Whedon
Rebecca Hachenberg ... Rachel
Sue Element ... Lili
Christopher Cummings ... Vampire
Steve Farrell ... Vampire
Mark Flitter ... Vampire
John Nicholls ... Vampire
Howell Parry ... Vampire
Aidan Robinson ... Vampire
Mark Logan-Benn ... Vampire (as Mark Robert Stalker)
Mike Varty ... Vampire
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Fluffy, a vampire slayer based in England, has to defeat the evil Count Von Whedon when he gets his hands on a magical ring giving him surprising new powers.

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Took seven days to film in six locations See more »

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Written by Mike Varty, Sue Element and Dave Hobbs
Performed by Noscaferatu
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pretty good
1 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

I thought it was pretty good. For a very low budget fan film it was well done. They even had special affects like vampires dusting and stakes going into people. I think for filming for 7 days with unknown actors with a low budget it was very good. I used to watch it all the time and wish they made at least another episode, but that's just me. I think some things were a little stupid, like the computer being able to control the powers of the ring, but I guess that was just them trying to be serious. It's obvious that this wasn't made to be serious or make profit, so when people criticize they have to take into consideration that this isn't some movie someone's trying to make money for. It would be interesting to see what they'd do now because according to Buffy Season 7 every potential slayer is a Slayer now. so that would make Fluffy a Slayer.


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