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Bloodthirst 2: Revenge of the Chupacabras (2005)

PG-13 | | Horror | Video 19 April 2005
Detective Steve Andrews is investigating the disappearance of a pretty college co-ed when he gets a call that an inmate at the Hagerthy Psychiatric Hospital might know something about the ... See full summary »

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Gary Agid ... Father Lewis
Brandon Atchison ... Attendant #1
Jeff Baur ... TV Photojournalist
Christa Bella ... Nurse Jones
Elaine Benoit ... TV Movie Actor #2
Marcia Bethel ... Bystander #2
Robert Bethel ... Rescuer #2
Victor Celis ... Francesco
'Big Wave' Dave Cline ... Bigfoot Interviewee #2
Jennifer Crowder ... Connie
Stephen Fairchild ... Richards
Jason Michael Fong ... Jeremy Phillips
Kevin Hale ... Attendant #2
Mark Halverson ... Walt
Deborah Hoffman ... River Monster Interviewee #1
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Detective Steve Andrews is investigating the disappearance of a pretty college co-ed when he gets a call that an inmate at the Hagerthy Psychiatric Hospital might know something about the case. The inmate, Charles Parker, has been telling the strange story of a vicious vampire-like beast called the Chupacabras that he claims he trapped in a nearby mine and destroyed after it had savagely killed a number of the local citizenry. Among the missing: a girl who matches the description of the college co-ed. Before Andrews can talk to him, however, the inmate escapes leading the Detective into a maze of horror and the realization that he must find the missing girl before time runs out. Written by Jonathan Mumm

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It can smell your fear

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Rated PG-13 for some violence/gore
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19 April 2005 (USA)  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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In the opening scene when driving up to the front of the hospital, text appears on screen stating "Sunday 9 PM", and yet when the character enters the waiting room and looks at the clock, it is 11:10. See more »

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Follows Bloodthirst: Legend of the Chupacabras (2003) See more »

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Bad, Bad. But surprisingly amusing
30 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Voting for this movie is difficult as it is one of the worst filmed movies I've watched. Poor lighting. Poor Acting. Poor props. Poor continuity. It really has no quality in it what so ever. While it was one of the worst constructed movies I've seen, it is no where close to the worst/least entertaining movies I've watched (that award would go to "Ancient Warriors" or "Carnivore"). I'm actually glad I watched it and I enjoyed it over all. My enjoyment mainly did come from wanting to see what dumb thing would happen next and to see how the completely patch work story would turn out. That said the pacing was decent and boredom never occurred which is uncommon for ultra low budget movies. Either the people that made this movie were completely incompetent or they are masters of acting incompetent. I vote for the second option so I don't feel bad for enjoying watching someone completely fail. If you are used to bad movies watch it with a friend and have a good laugh.


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