With her son being held captive by a criminal gang, police-officer Amanda Doyle, together with her ex-husband and three unlikely allies, takes part in a desperate plot to hold a wealthy ... See full summary »
A small New England town is rocked by a vampire scare. Many people have been murdered and their blood has been sucked. Ronny, manager of a local comic book store, who is house-sitting at a future historical site, decides to kidnap a woman who he believes is with Satan. He locks her up in the attic of the historical home. He's joined by two thugs, Karl and Eddie, who enjoy tormenting the woman. All they need is her confession which Ronny can record with his digital camcorder. However, their guest begins to alarm her hosts with some very strange behavior. Soon their dreams of becoming rich and famous turn into a violent nightmare. From Christopher Ward, writer/director of Person of Interest.Written by
Its a little flick about vampires, a nerds upperhand knowledge on vampires, and what he believes vampires should be like, kidnappes a female and torments her in a cage to make her confess her real self.
it felt a bit nerdish in the start, due to the demeanors of the characters, but after the varm up it is ok. the acting are spot on, the story thin, but it has some weird twists so you start wondering how itll end. it is a low budget movie so dont expect much.
what i didnt like in this film was the score, a tame and lame synthizeiser disharmonic sound of disharmony.
so if you dont have any choice,the grumpy old man doesnt unrecommend,its better than that
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