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USA 2018
produced by
Helen Grace Caldwell, Morgan Eiland, Jason Kellerman, Mike Krukowski, David Tarleton for Skyfire Productions
directed by David Tarleton
starring Jason Kellerman, Rachel Cerda, Ryan Heindl, Nick Searcy, Adria Dawn, Leigh Foster, Kiley B. Moore, Ann Joseph, Susan Monts-Bologna, Lynda Shadrake, Leah Uteg, Andrew Gebhart, Beau Forbes, Bill Bannon, Darren Stephens, Ryan Kitley, Matt Paul, Claudine Tambuatco, Shon McGregory, Joseph Anthony Foronda, Shannon Brown, Paul Kellerman, Xavier Lamont, Jay Washington, Renee Sebby, Riley Sebby, Devlin Marcotte
written by Jason Kellerman, music by Morgan Eiland, fight choreography by Beau Forbes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Hunter (Jason Kellerman) has once not too long ago been a popular prize fighter, and one of the best, too - but then something happened that threw his life completely off the track, and now he's a vagabond wandering the icey streets of Chicago, scrambling for coins from passers-by. And on a particularly cold night, he tries to find abode in a homeless shelter - but social worker and therapist Danni (Rachel Cerda) refuses to make it that easy for him and insists on him undergoing therapy with the aim of rehabilitation - something Hunter absolutely hates in the beginning, but eventually he opens up to her - and eventually, too, he tells Danni his biggest secret that threw him of the path: His mother (Lynda Shadrake) and sister (Leah Uteg) fell victim to a home invasion and were killed before his very eyes. And while he tried to stop things at first, as soon as the home invaders showed their fangs (!) he hightailed it. Now he knows how crazy this sounds, but with the help of Danni, whom he soon enough also becomes romantically involved with, he gradually finds back to the right track. There's only one problem, the vampires Hunter thinks he might only have fantasized about are actually real, and as much as Hunter tries to stay away from the story at first, he crosses paths with apprentice vampire Luke (Ryan Heindl) a few times too often, so much so that he gets ready for a fight which he thinks he has chances to win. But then the vampires kidnap Danni ...


A very interesting vampire movie that's pretty much devoid of clichés and instead plays more like a mystery blended with character study, all told in a somewhat confusing way - which really makes the movie all the better, as this way the audience isn't spoon-fed the story, and even the not-too surprise twist that leads to the third act comes more unexpected this way. Plus, the action in this movie is really adrenaline pumping while the script is largely without any slow (as in boring) scenes. Quite a ride, really.

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