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I, Vampire. Trilogy of Blood
2004, regia di Ted Nicolaou, Denise Duff
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Denise Duff, Carol Wenger, Kirk Edward Hansen, Vlad Paunescu - Distribuzione: E1 Entertainment, Koch Vision - Formato: Color - Durata: 85'.
Julie Michaels, Iona Abur, Jonathan Morris, James Horan, Anders Hove, Denice
Duff, Frank Bruynbroek, David Gunn.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: allmovie.com - taliesinttlg.blogspot.com - minuitsang.over-blog.com - dvdverdict.com - 365horrormovie.com - rottentomatoes.com - movies.yahoo.com - dvdempire.com - netflix.com - dvdtalk.com: «I knew there was something familiar about this ridiculous little I, Vampire DVD. Although I was certain I'd never seen the anthology before, the first story felt like... wait, it's just a bunch of scenes from one of the Subspecies movies! What gives?? So I did a little research, and thanks to the fine insights offered at the illustrious DVDVerdict.com, I was able to figure out what the hell was going on with I, Vampire: Trilogy of Blood: It's nothing more than a sloppy collection of clips from Subspecies 4: Bloodstorm, Vampire Resurrection and The Vampire Journals. So if you're a ravenous schlock-hound who somehow happens to own all those movies, only to purchase a copy of I, Vampire: Trilogy of Blood, well, I bet you'd be pretty pissed about it. For what it's worth (which ain't much, considering we're talking about 30-minute versions of movies that sucked when they were feature-length), here's what the mini-movies consist of: Spawn of Hell is about an evil vampire who feasts on necks while dangling the promise of "the bloodstone" in front of a very devious priest. Or maybe he was a doctor. From the Grave is about a not-so-evil vampire who rediscovers a long lost love and must contend with her violent ex-husband and her snooping ol' auntie. Imagine a really bad Lifetime movie mixed with a really bad vampire movie. Undead Evil is about a piano-loving vampire who woos and seduces a (very) sexy young musician as a whiny hero muddles through the background. This story is particularly choppy, and the story wouldn't be interesting even if told in flawless fashion. So what else can I add? I, Vampire is a collection of semi-random scenes culled from three fairly rotten vampire movies. ...».