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  • Actors: Sean Nelson, Danielle Harris, Michael Cerveris
  • Directors: Jim Mickle
  • Format: PAL, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Dutch
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006T2JP5O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 363,581 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Dutch Release - Audio : English / German - Subtitles : Dutch / German ( optional ) + extra's : making of - director's production diaties - character prequels - original trailer

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By WriterofWords on 8 Oct. 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
As the world finds itself on the brink of destruction, due to the outbreak of a hellish pandemic that has swept across the globe and its continents with irrepressible speed, turning most of the population into ferocious beast-like vampires, it seems the institution of man is doomed to rot away among the already shattered monuments of past glories.
In the midst of the crumbling civilization of the new world, we meet Mister (Nick Damici), a rough n' ready death dealer to the bloodsuckers and his partner in crime, the young boy Martin (Connor Paolo), as they travel through the ravaged states and locked down communities of this fallen America. Their goal is to make it up north to Canada or more specifically the renowned safe-haven, New Eden, which is rumored to be one of the last bastions remaining for the human race.
But the dangers of the new world order are ubiquitously present and as the union ventures forth, they become entangled with a brutal "legion" known as the Brotherhood, a right-wing militant group who perceives the feral bloodsuckers and the eruption that spawn them as the work of God, which they in turn have been chosen to uphold and regulate as his sworn servants and new-found earthly rulers. As conflicts between the two factions turns to out and out warfare, the confines of New Eden conversely, comes to represent a dream that slowly but surely slips further and further away.

Stake Land is the second feature from the writer, star and director team of Jim Mickle and Nick Damici and after the very promising debut that was the New York based rat virus disaster film, Mulberry Street (2006), the boys really hits it out of the park with this, their sophomore effort.
Stake Land should down a trait for those with a preference for films such as George A.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Corey Newcombe on 13 Mar. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Martin was a normal teenage boy before the country collapsed in an empty pit of economic and political disaster.

A vampire epidemic has swept across what is left of the nation's abandoned towns and cities.

And it's up to Mister, a death dealing, rogue vampire hunter, to get Martin safely north to Canada, the continent's New Eden....

It's really hard to describe this movie in one single genre. From the upstart, you would instantly think that this would be in the horror section, but hen you look a little closer at the subject matter.

Vampires are just a little distraction in this movie, as this really is about religion and the lack of faith, or, indeed, to much faith in the midst of a tragic event.

The movie is some sort of hybrid of Doomsday, Mad Max, The Road, and even Zombieland, but it stays it's own movie, it only has the feel of the previous movies mentioned.

The cast are all great and deliver good performances, and just when you think the set pieces couldn't get better than perfunctory, we have the standout scene of the helicopter dropping vampires into a crowd.

It's like nothing you have seen before, but feels very similar, but well worth the watch.
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STAKE LAND follows a young boy, Martin (Connor Paolo) and a rogue vampire slayer who is only called Mister (Nick Damici) through post-apocalyptic America. The apocalypse was not caused by a nuclear world war or zombies, but by a pandemic of vampirism for a change.
Martin and Mister are on their way to Canada - The New Eden - after Mister saves Martin from a vampire attack during which his parents were killed. He has taken the boy under his wing and trains him in survival.
During their journey through America they come across several survivors, including a nun whom Mister saves from being raped by two thugs, a pregnant girl Belle (Danielle Harris) and a religious cult that feeds people to the vampires.

STAKE LAND combines survival horror with some action, drama and road movie and iy works out surprisingly well. Don't be expecting FROM DUSK TILL DAWN or JOHN CARPENTER'S VAMPIRES here, STAKE LAND's emphasis is more on the survival/drama part and less on non-stop action and splatter scenes. STAKE LAND still contains some pretty bloody scenes, though.
The brilliant script was written by director Jim Mickle and main actor Nick Damici and is full of surprises and plot twists.
Jim Mickle did a fabulous job behind the camera as well: the pacing is just right for introducing the characters thoroughly but never too slow to get boring. The somber piano score by Jeff Grace reflects the general mood of the film.
The CGI effects are clearly not realistic - this is a low budget production, let's not forget that - STAKE LAND clearly is not a movie to be watched only for the gore and SFX.
The acting overall is good, especially Nick Damici (Mister), Connor Paolo (Martin), Kelly McGillis (the Sister), Sean Nelson (Willie) and Danielle Harrison (Belle).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on 27 July 2013
Format: DVD
They are called vampires, but in some ways they act more like zombies. This is a post apocalyptic world. This movie reminded me of Zombieland, but without the humor. A man and a teen are traveling in a car. Sometimes the teen narrates. Humans have formed into groups, some religious cults, and some have resorted to cannibalism. They are headed to New Eden, although we don't know exactly why. Along the way they pick up a nun (Kelly McGillis), who was attacked by rapists, who in turn are killed by our heroes, Mister (Nick Damici) and Martin (Connor Paolo). Turns out there is a large group of people known as the Brotherhood who work with the Vampires and used them to bring down civilization, all which is God's plan (no doubt inspired by a certain US political group). Eventually a pregnant Danielle Harris joins the group.

Vampire teeth have become the new currency. What we didn't find out what caused the infection or how it was spread. What was interesting is that our heroes head north because the vampires are cold blooded and don't like the cold. The movie plot was good, but the characters were softly written. There was no real effort to give them personalities unlike Zombieland which spoiled us.
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