Two teen childhood friends flee their humdrum lives in search of adventure. They end up in a vacant house, but what began as thrilling soon descends into blinding boredom. Yet youthful folly propels them forward.
Philippe de Pierpont
Haruka is new at her school and is in turn bullied and harassed by the students with one exception. Haruka's only friend is Mitsusru who makes attending class and life more tolerable. ... See full summary »
Manami is captured by blood thirsty trigger happy vampires, and taken to their hotel, where they keep prisoners as future meals. They are all instructed to find a partner to survive, when a vampire clan from Transylvania interferes.
Vampire Clay was, much to my surprise, an incredible independent film with a relatively unknown cast. The epitome of a, "Midnight Movie," it stands on top of the strangeness scale, and shows you images you never thought you'd see in your lifetime.
More of a laugh-'er than a horror flick, the slapstick antics will inspire giggling fits. The only drawback was a lack of stop-motion animation sequences, which I felt would have benefited the movie in a big way.
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