The Award Winning, internationally acclaimed film Sodium Babies is a gripping ride in the world of feuding Vampires as seen through the eyes of Dead Dog, a Ghoul eternally trapped into ...
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The Award Winning, internationally acclaimed film Sodium Babies is a gripping ride in the world of feuding Vampires as seen through the eyes of Dead Dog, a Ghoul eternally trapped into slavery by the Prince of all Vampires. Dead Dog (Benoit Decaillon) is shackled by the insanely domineering Vampire Max (Edouard Audouin). Dead Dog gets caught up in a brutal war of Vampires as he is trained to slaughter innocent humans to satisfy the blood thirsty Prince of Vampires. After 30 years of grueling service, Dead Dog longs to free himself from this brutal madness of his unending life where he never ages. When he meets the beautiful Pussy Cat, a mysterious girl - Dead Dog at last finds meaning to his existence and struggles to set himself free. Sodium Babies is a stunning visual smorgasbord of imagery - a cross between the graphic novel style of Sin City and True Blood spiced with the pathology of Fight Club. The film's immense style will surprise even the most insatiable viewers. Called an "...Written by
Sodium Babies....well,i had heard about this film quite awhile back,and was happy to see it finally released here,stateside. I often hear something about films from my friends,and i know fans around the globe. I have to admit.i,m kinda burnt out on vampire flicks,so i didn't really seek this one out,...it kinda found me.Not since "Paris by night of the living Dead",have i seen any french movies,so i brushed up on my french,and made some popcorn.As a vampire film,its a bit different than this "romantic vamp" fad,that i,m way tired of.It puts a spin on the whole thing,and does so in a very graphic,stylistic way.It also has a lead,that after some time,you sorta like,though, there,s not a lot to like about the guy.That don,t mean you wont like watching his story.His name is Dead Dog,and he,s no hero.The blood-letting is there,along with a decent story,acting,and a look that is compared to Frank Millers"Sin City",All in all,i say its worth a watch,even better if you like vampire movies without the romance angle.
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