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Dracula vs the Ninja on the Moon (2009)

A Ninja is sent to the moon to defeat Count Dracula who is hiding there

Director:

Nick Box (as Nik Box)

Writers:

Marc Biggam, Nick Box (as Nik Box)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Neil Anderson Neil Anderson ... The Man On The Chair
Stephen Andrews Stephen Andrews ... Boink
Phil Barret Phil Barret ... Temple Ninja
Marc Biggam Marc Biggam ... Toxic Puke Tv Guy
Nick Box Nick Box ... Desmond Smith Lungdren (voice) (as Nik Box)
Alex Carley Alex Carley ... Dracula
Jon Croft Jon Croft ... Barry Norris
Ricky Daniels Ricky Daniels ... Barry (voice)
Mark Donnelly Mark Donnelly ... Chappy Santo (voice)
Dan Fulf Dan Fulf ... Chappy Santo
Yasmin Holgeth Yasmin Holgeth ... Shelly Shellerton
Bartoz Kruk Bartoz Kruk ... Dracula (voice)
Isobel McArthur Isobel McArthur ... Richard
Thomas Wright Thomas Wright ... Doug
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A Ninja is sent to the moon to defeat Count Dracula who is hiding there

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Plot Keywords:

moon | dracula | ninja | mad movie | farce | See All (8) »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 2009 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£250 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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extreme low budget short
10 October 2011 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

It is always dangerous to review flicks that you just can't take seriously. Just have a look at this feature, it isn't even a feature it's a short movie. The acting is bad, but it was done on purpose. In fact it was all bad, but again it was on purpose. But it was all bit of the same. It's funny to see the bad dubbing or editing but to have it the whole 39 minutes is a bit too much to take. Naturally it was filmed before a blue key and even that was badly keyed. The story also was written in two sentences. But it was all meant to be this way. I laughed a bit, of course on the ninja being a James Bond look-a-like, ahum, but I still don't really know what to think about it. But what I'm proud of is that it was released on 30 copies and I have on. Funny also to see Mizpol on the credits. Sadly he moved from YouTube to Facebook and being an anti-Facebook I lost contact with him. But another friend appeared on the credits, SN Sibley. By knowing that I knew don't take this short seriously. What I liked was to avoid the cheapness they used some cartoons effect. Strange thing it was.


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