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Bloodsuckers Handbook (2012)

Enchiridion (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Drama, Horror
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A priest is recruited by federal marshals to help deal with a vampire they've taken into custody. Then things get weird.








Cast overview, first billed only:
Cory W. Ahre ... Noah
Jeremy Herrera ... Condu
Jessica Bell ... Edie
... Carson
Larry Boozer ... Lyles
... Marie Gregory
Seraluna Sanchez ... Barbara
Damon W. Wallace ... Dumm & Dee
Allen Menefee
... Trench Coat Woman
William Myrick ... Voice of Valentine / Guard
Adrienne Dobson ... Girl on the Stairs
Tom Hughes ... Marshal
Drew Bizzell ... Hipster 1
Randall Ischy ... Hipster 2


A priest is recruited by federal marshals to help deal with a vampire they've taken into custody. Then things get weird.

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Straight faced surrealism
25 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Straight faced surrealism that mixes the look and feel of an off beat, low budget late noir film (it's set in 1966) with a vampire movie and a priest's crisis of faith story. There's a gritty, trench coat wearing detective who happens to be a greyhound (well at least he's a dog, not a bus). Nobody seems to think that's odd--in fact the more important fact about him is that he's a recovering toad-licker. There's a very good, very restrained jazz score that matches the equally restrained acting and visual style, all of which somehow keeps one from thinking how absurd the whole thing is. A bit like a David Lynch film, especially Eraserhead, but with a cooler sensibility.

Maybe the oddest thing about it is that it has what is perhaps the movies' most positive image of a Catholic priest in many years.

Despite the absurdities, it isn't really a comedy; despite the vampires, it's not a horror movie or a action pic. But it's one of the best and most engaging bits of surrealism I've ever seen--surrealism used not as a prop but as an integral structure.

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