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Vampariah (2016)

R | | Horror | 1 February 2016 (USA)
Mahal is a part of an elite squad of skilled hunters responsible for keeping the world safe from vampires and other creatures of the night. Her mission to rid the world of this undead ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Aureen Almario ... Bampinay
... Kouji
I-Li Chang Brice ... Herself
Jason Bustos ... John Bates
Gemma Padua Calderon ... Marites
Kevin Camia ... Tiki Lounge Owner
... Meat
... Hunter HJ
Gabi Dayers ... Young Mahal
Arlene Joie Deleon ... Michele Kilman
... Mahal
Roberto Divina ... Hack Daddy
... Detective Dorado
Roczane Enriquez ... Mahal's Mom
Bridger Fox ... Vampire Warrior
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Mahal is a part of an elite squad of skilled hunters responsible for keeping the world safe from vampires and other creatures of the night. Her mission to rid the world of this undead threat becomes compromised when her fate intertwines with an aswang (a vampire of Philippine folklore).

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undead | zombie | aswang | vampire | See All (4) »

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The main creature featured in "Vampariah" is called an aswang. Its a self segmenting vampire of Philippine mythology that spout bat-like wings and uses a long piercing tendril tongue to eviscerate victims and drink blood the embryos of pregnant women. See more »

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Remake of Bampinay (2004) See more »

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Vampire film with a message
20 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is a film set in contemporary times with a deep connection to Filipino culture and folklore of the older times. Add in themes of politics, religion, colonialism, sexuality, and gender and you have this film. This is going to be a film that people will study in Asian American Film Studies classes in the future and talk endlessly about the Asian American existence in the modern American Western world. INSTANT CLASSIC. For all others who just want to be entertained this movie moves fast with lots of monsters and mythical characters challenging the journey of the main characters and their opponents of progress towards a better world of acceptance by mainstream thought.


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