Release date: 2015
When a film is dedicated to one of its actors, who died shortly after the film was completed it seems, one feels a bit awkward in the review if that film were poor. Nevertheless this reviewer owes his loyalty to watchers of vampire films and not filmmakers.
So, with that opening, you have already got a flavour for what I think about the film but, whilst it was poor, there was an aspect to it I really liked and I will, of course, touch on that as I go. The film is also known as Carlos Dunn’s Katherine, Dunn being the writer, and is based on a short story “When Pedro Met Vanessa” by Dunn. You should note that the vimeo edition of the film has hard-coded Spanish subtitles.
|I'm sorry,it's just bad|
|a post-apocalyptic Gothic warrior|
|I'm turning cgi|
|night vision goggles|
|Michael Heggedus as Rooney|
|we didn't start the fire...|
|a cgi cross on a car|
Then there was the bright spark of the turnaround. This has been done before, of course, but these vampires (or Sandra and Katherine at least) were so nice it felt like a fresh idea. For that reason only the film struggles up to a 2 out of 10. It can be purchased or hired at Vimeo.
The imdb page is here.