- Actors: Myron Natwick, Brian Knudson, Mary Louise Gemmill, Christopher Cho, Paula Randol-Smith
- Directors: Peter Flynn
- Writers: Peter Flynn
- Producers: Daren Hicks, Simon Tams
- Format: PAL
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: Digital Video Dreams
- DVD Release Date: 4 Aug. 2003
- Run Time: 88 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B0000A08MN
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 180,377 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Project Vampire [DVD]
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Actors: Myron Natwick (II), Brian Knudson, Mary Louise Gemmil, Christopher Cho (III), Paula Randol-Smith
Director: Peter Flynn (II)
Manufacturer: Digital Video Dreams
Top Customer Reviews
In fairness the movie is missing a few elements, like a script, actors who can act and logic.
The film starts with three escapees from project alpha running doen the road, trying to escape from the henchmen of the project. One is a human, stereotypically evil given that he has a limp and an eye-patch. The other is a vampire (evil and bald, wearing leather!), because project alpha makes vampires.
Here logic starts falling apart. Our three escapees do not try and steal a car, they do not get public transport or a cab and they do not get rid of their lab coats that make them stand out like sore thumbs. They run past a hotel, whilst out of view of the baddies, they don't try and hide in it.
So why is the project making vampires. Well it seems they are going to sell a super serum, marketed as a longevity drug, and turn the world into vampires. Forgive me but... when the world are vampires, what are they all going to eat?
At one point our heroine of the tale says to our hero "Victor this is so unbelievable." and I had to agree for all the wrong reasons. Unfortunately all the characters seem to believe this woefully bad plotline immediately.
One to avoid.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
The plot is extremely predictable, and most of the movie is very low budget (most of the effects budget seemingly got used up on one of the evil laboratory machines.) The film jolts from one subplot to another, and much of it is extraneous to the story, but if you cut all the nonessential elements out the movie would be about 15 minutes long. The film has no scares, terribly bad acting, and poor pacing. The conclusion leaves some questions unanswered, which I hope was an intentional directorial choice but don't know for sure. The final scene of the mighty triumvirate on the railroad tracks was amazingly daffy and formulaic.
There are many better vampire movies to watch. For those who feel a need to see every vampire film they can get their hands on, this has to be near the end of their priority list. If you are really determined to watch this, it's now available on DVD as part of the two DVD set titled "Blood Thirst" which features other equally deplorable horror movies.