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Desert of Blood (2008)

Not Rated | | Horror | 24 June 2008 (USA)
In Tecate, Mexico, an American tourist is hunting a treasure buried in the sand of a ghost town with his girlfriend Amy. However, he digs the grave of the vampire Luis Diego, who was buried... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Justin Quinn Justin Quinn ... Luis Diego
Brenda Romero ... Maricela
Naim Thomas ... Cris (as Naím Thomas)
Mike Dusi ... Carlos
Annika Svedman Annika Svedman ... Amy
Flint Esquerra Flint Esquerra ... Father Hernandez
Tori White Tori White ... Samantha
Natalie J. Horton Natalie J. Horton ... Heather
Yvonne Rawn ... Sarita
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Josh Adamson ... Tommy
Armando Alarcon Armando Alarcon ... Jesus
Agustin Bunuel ... Tomas
Scott DeFalco ... Preppy Guy
Jonathan DePaz Jonathan DePaz ... Juan
Jackie Joyner ... Socorro (as Jackie Freed)


In Tecate, Mexico, an American tourist is hunting a treasure buried in the sand of a ghost town with his girlfriend Amy. However, he digs the grave of the vampire Luis Diego, who was buried thirty-five years ago by his friend Father Hernandez. Luis Diego kills the tourist and leaves Amy contaminated in the desert. Then he meets his former sweetheart Sarita, who has a stroke after seeing him. In Malibu, California, Sarita's niece Maricela and her best friends Heather and Samantha are on vacation and they decide to travel to Mexico to help her family. The local Cris and his family decide to give a party to Maricela and her friends; however, when Luis Diego sees the girl, he recalls Sarita and decides to give a second chance to his love. But he is a vampire and his love is impossible. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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24 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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Vampire vergessen nie See more »

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A lot of good, a little cliché
11 June 2008 | by synchrogrlSee all my reviews

While I'm not exactly advising Anne Rice to step down, this is definitely one of the better indie vampire flicks I've seen (and I've seen more than I care to admit to the general public!). The acting was a little self-conscious, but good overall, with a few moments that were downright beautiful. The writing seemed purposefully camp, which is a risky choice, but I found myself caught up in it. And Justin Quinn is pretty hot, in my opinion.

I think fans of campy and fun will walk away pleased, while people who are more into mindless violence and pure horror are going to be disappointed. It looks as if the producers spent more of their budget on getting actors with some credentials, rather than on gallons of fake blood. I think this indie spirit sets this film apart from slash-and-gore-and-someone's-intestines films. It doesn't try to be next summer's blockbusting box office hit. It aims for more modest goals, and it reaches those with panache.

This is an amusing and tongue-in-cheek tribute to the vampire genre.

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