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2014, regia di Sean Donohue, Mike Niche
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Gatorblade Films - Soggetto: Sean Donohue, Mike Lees, Mike Niche - Sceneggiatura: Sean Donohue, Mike Lees, Mike Niche - Fotografia: Mike Niche - Montaggio: Mike Niche, Chris Woods - Musiche: Kevin Feliciano - Effetti speciali: Marcus Koch - Formato: Color - Durata: 68'.
Cast: Krystal Pixie Adams, Candido Barbosa, Michael Bell, John Bernal, Shade Burnett, Ashley Lynn Caputo, Mike Christopher, Erin Cline, Slake Counts, Sam Der, Sean Donohue, Mike Duffau, Kali Dunning, Cassey Figueroa, Ruthie Garcia, Krista Grotte.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - allmovie.com - taliesinttlg.blogspot.it - horrornews.net - emeraldgoresociety.com - facebook.com - menrule.net - horrorsociety.com: «Vampires are something that I used to love as a child but have kinda grown out of in recent years. This can be a direct result of Twilight and the generic vampire films that followed. Since I started writing reviews I have not covered many vampire flicks with only two sticking out in my mind. Those two are Blood on the Highway (an amazing horror comedy) and Fright Night 2 (a shitty sequel to the remake that also served as a remake). I know I have reviewed others but those two are the only ones sticking out in my mind. Anyway, vampire films are ones that I used to get excited for and was disappointed over and over again since the release of Twilight. This is now the same thing that is happening to me and zombies since the release of The Walking Dead. However, one film I have kept on my radar is the Sean Donohue film Joe Vampire starring Mike Christopher who is known for playing the iconic Hare Krishna zombie in George A. Romero’s classic Dawn of the Dead. I was even more excited when I heard my friends over at The Sleaze Box were behind the release. I waited for the film’s release but I let is slip by me while battling my wife’s health issues. While sitting in the hospital Chris Woods reached out to me to review the film and for that I have to thank him for giving me that chance! ...».