Release date: 1996
This movie is from the same people who brought us Vampiyaz. At this point I could probably end the review as Vampiyaz was awful (and it wasn’t until I watched this that I realised that they are also the people behind the blooming awful Seduction branded films). But… well, sometimes, even the worst films have a great film waiting to burst out and that can make them all the more frustrating.
This film doesn’t so much as hide its light under a bushel but rather doesn’t even know it has a light and then stomps said bushel flat with a litany of badness that starts with the DVD illustration showing a vampire, wearing gear that the wolvez of the film wear and a werewolf in a higher state of transformation than will happen in the movie.
|a member of the wolvez|
|the holy water effects are bad|
and surrounded by vampires who subsequently shoot him dead (presumably with silver bullets).
|Malik Burke as Loup Garou|
|the limit of wolves transformation|
This budget constraint is also seen in a blood bank location with a large building in the establishing shot and then one worker and a single fridge (shot in a disused warehouse, probably). The idea that they could then get bulbs of garlic and put it into the blood packs and that the vampires would drink glasses of the stuff without noticing was probably one of the lamest script ideas I have ever come across.
|Richard Carroll Jr. as Asiman|
This is a damn shame. 1.5 out of 10.
The imdb page is here.