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The dominant species is no longer mankind. The ultimate predator on the planet Earth is now a race of vampires. What caused this worldwide disaster? Can anything change the world back to the way it was? Captain Long of the Moore's Lake Police force and the town newspaper reporter, Charles Peterson, throw aside their fears to take on the Vampire Nation and eventually run across the most evil creature next to Satan himself. He is a vampire so powerful, so prevailing... they are afraid that even Abe, the resurrected entity from Hell, may not be able to defeat him.Written by
Carl R .Merritt
I'm not a Hollywood fanboy, not a person who demands big budgets and blockbuster effects and have a long history of enjoying independent movies but this is why such films have such a bad name.
Abe's Tomb is a hyper low budget tale that tells the story of a town under siege by vampires and those setting out to stop them.
It looks like it was made using a handicam, most of the actors had this as their first role, the film looks ugly, the film sounds ugly and the whole thing is so bad it becomes a combination of unintentionally funny and genuinely painful to watch.
Common sense should have made the creators class this as a comedy, a slapstick mockery of a vampire film but instead they played it seriously and made something that is the very definition of embarassment.
It's so hard to describe to someone who has never seen a film like this it seriously has to be seen to be believed.
Painfully bad acting
Fight scenes are embarassing
Looks plain cheap
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
A penny can make you the richest man on the planet
German Lugers are standard police issue
EMT outfits, now designed to be sexy
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