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At Stake: Vampire Solutions (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2012 (USA)
Memphis film student, Evan Shandling, decides that his senior film should be about how the economy has effected local businesses. So with that in mind, Evan packs up his camera and heads ... See full summary »

Director:

Jim Weter

Writer:

Duane P. Craig
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Carl Pfeiffer Jr. Carl Pfeiffer Jr. ... Carl Bishop (as Carl Pfeiffer)
Jerry Kimble Jerry Kimble ... Kevin Embry
Joshua Brunson Joshua Brunson ... Roy Pickett
Anastasia Gale Anastasia Gale ... Amy Scott
Michael Goff Michael Goff ... Eddie Gamble
Jimmy Patterson Jimmy Patterson ... Evan Shandling
Carl E. Walters Carl E. Walters ... Frankie
Gerald McGee Gerald McGee ... Det. Richardson
Mark Pergolizzi Mark Pergolizzi ... O'Dell
Steven Jubera Steven Jubera ... Pastor Greg
Katie Top Katie Top ... Kelly
Katherine Mitchell Katherine Mitchell ... Pam
Laurie Snyder Laurie Snyder ... Mrs. Hetson
Monica Summerfield Monica Summerfield ... Renee
Geoff Falk ... John Dollineck
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Memphis film student, Evan Shandling, decides that his senior film should be about how the economy has effected local businesses. So with that in mind, Evan packs up his camera and heads south into North Mississippi to document one of the hardest hit and most dangerous jobs around, vampire removal. Embedding himself with the small vampire removal company, At Stake: Vampire Solutions (AS:VS), Evan documents, interview and goes on calls with AS:VS workers as they struggle to keep their business afloat and make it to the next day alive. Written by Jim Weter

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vampire | suspense | dark | See All (3) »

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At Stake: Vampire Solutions. North Mississippi's #1 Choice in Vampire Extermination!

Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Fun Little Film
5 January 2020 | by Athanatos173See all my reviews

I would suggest that if you don't like low budget films, then don't bother with this film. Now that that disclaimer is out of the way we can get to the review.

I had absolutely zero expectations going into this movie, fully prepared to turn it off at a moments notice, yet the next thing I knew I was watching the end credits.

A fun little film that although about vampire hunters, doesn't have any scares, but what it does have is some moments of laughter.

The vampire effects and makeup are reflective of the budget, meaning they simply look like someone lathered the actors up with ketchup, and it is shot on a single cam in the found footage genre.

Despite this, I thought the acting to be more than passable, especially people seeming somewhat nervous and correcting themselves mid dialogue, which only adds to the sense that it is an actual documentary and not scripted.

Although most of the actors did a fairly good job, Joshua Brunson stands out for his portrayal of Roy the hick.

Be sure to stay for the credits, where the filmmakers made sure that you get a good last chuckle.

Recommended for those not put off by extremely low budget films.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cordova, Tennessee, USA

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Budget:

$12,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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