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Vampire Assassin (2005)

PG-13 | | Action, Horror | Video 9 August 2005
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Martial artist Ron Hall stars in this dark vampire thriller reminiscent of BLADE. Ambitious cop Derek (Hall) is dogged by a phobia that is unfortunate in his line of work. Having witnessed ... See full summary »

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Ron Hall

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Credited cast:
Ron Hall Ron Hall ... Derek Washington
Mel Novak ... Gustoff Slovak
Gerald Okamura ... Master Kao
Rudy Ray Moore
Merry Birchfield ... Samantha Morris (as Merry Everest)
Anthony Chow Anthony Chow
Chadwick Pelletier
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brandy Bardeux Brandy Bardeux
Jennifer Bartecchi Jennifer Bartecchi ... Secretary
Elle Beyer ... Vampire (as Elle Bennett)
Lon Beyer Lon Beyer ... Assassin (as Lon Michael Lee)
Ben Brown Ben Brown
Cheyenne Camille ... (as Cheyenne Quintanar)
Maurice Carriere Maurice Carriere ... Officer Coleman
Shawn Cephas Shawn Cephas ... Shadow Warrior 2
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Martial artist Ron Hall stars in this dark vampire thriller reminiscent of BLADE. Ambitious cop Derek (Hall) is dogged by a phobia that is unfortunate in his line of work. Having witnessed his father's murder as a young child, he is deathly afraid of blood, but when he takes the law into his own hands to catch underworld counterfeiter Gustoff Slovak, he is forced to face his fear. The operation blows up in his face, resulting in a massacre that leaves Derek the only one of his team to survive. Derek reaches the shocking conclusion that Slovak is actually a vampire, and joins forces with the last in a long line of vampire hunters, Master Kao, who agrees to train Derek in his ancient art. However, in order to combat Slovak--whose past intersects with Derek's own in disturbing ways--Derek must become that which he hates the most: a vampire. Written by Anonymous

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The bounty is blood.

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Action | Horror

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Rated PG-13 for violence and brief strong language | See all certifications »
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Previously, Ron Hall had been working on a martial arts western called "The Slow Die Fast" as his directorial debut. The film was never completed, but Hall secured distributors for his vampire feature by shipping the uncompleted movie around to producers. See more »

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Referenced in Movie Nights: Samurai Cop (2012) See more »

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You can spot the fake teeth, see the set is made from plastic and useless monologue
22 August 2005 | by kev0rSee all my reviews

This movie actually almost made me cry.

For starters the fake teeth. Then you spot a nice plastic or drawn set. To make it even more boring all the action is followed by a bright light flash. Then the talking: sound levels are so different, sometimes too hard, then too soft, never exactly good like in good movies. Also, it echoes so much that i think they had one microphone on the entire set. And to make matters worse, EVER heard of stereo? If the camera switches, the sound always stays centered. The actors talk like they are reading from a board staged behind the camera. And the zooming into another scene, how terrible childish.

The music is so badly chosen that it never adds something. It only destroys any accidentally created excitement.

To finish it up, the fighting scenes... my 3 year old niece would make a better fighting scene.

This movie is not even good for a laugh, it's just that bad...


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

9 August 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O fonias ton vrikolakon See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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$1,500,000 (estimated)
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