Vine, a disillusioned demon, secretly lives with others of his kind in the world of humans sustained by their misery. Forced into a choice to save his brethren or an innocent human girl, ...
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Hunted by government agents and constantly assaulted by a cartel of vengeful thugs, an amnesiac known only as "626" searches for her true identity while protecting a teenage girl who shares... See full summary »
Brandon Ray Olive,
A stagecoach of travelers, a gunslinger and two outlaws arrive in a deserted mining town lit by the glow of a reddish full moon. As their worlds collide, they are hunted by a beast that only appears on the night of a blood moon.
Barrington De La Roche
Vine, a disillusioned demon, secretly lives with others of his kind in the world of humans sustained by their misery. Forced into a choice to save his brethren or an innocent human girl, the delicate balance between human and demon kind is threatened, which may result in war.
Fire City began as an idea for a web series by creators, Brian Lubocki and Michael Hayes. When they realized the greater potential for the concept, Lubocki and Hayes reimagined it as a movie franchise. This film is the first of four feature films planned in the series. See more »
You let him get away with too much!
You don't tear off the hand that feeds you, Helo. The minute he stops feeding us, I'll rip his heart out.
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The story had some issues and at times reminded me of a late night HBO flick. There were certain aspects I really wish they had cut out and perhaps elaborated a bit more on others. Even though we spend most of our time with the demons, I never really felt close to any of them with the exception of the main character. I'd have liked to have seen more WHY.
What really made the film were the costumes. Nightbreed kept popping into my head as I watched. That's something I give a lot of weight to in a film and for the most part, they were done well. Especially when it came to Vine.
Another pro of the film for me was the acting. I just kept hoping for a better, more cohesive story.
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