Thursday, May 11, 2023

Film Review: "Vampyre Nation: True Bloodthirst" (UFO International Productions, 2012) by Devin J. Meaney

Vampyre Nation: True Bloodthirst
Directed by Todor Chapkanov
Written by Jeffrey Green and Rafael Jordan
With Andrew Lee Potts, Heida Reed and Claudia Bassols
Distributed by UFO International Productions
Release date: July 14, 2012
I recently watched the film “Vampyre Nation: True Bloodthirst”. Here is the synopsis taken from IMDb:
“Set in a not-too-distant future in which a synthetic blood substitute, dispensed by the Romanian government, allows humans and vampires to potentially co-exist.”
Here is the synopsis taken from Google: “Set in the future, where an uneasy peace exists between a growing population of vampires and the dwindling race of humans. When a suspicious murder takes place, vampire hunters are called upon for help.”
This was something I found on Tubi. Not everything on Tubi is worth watching but as it turns out this one was quite an awesome vampire flick! It didn’t appear to have the highest budget but everything was done well and the effects were visually appealing. What it did have in spades was a different spin on vampires and I can state that the plot and story line were both unique and original. I won’t give away too many details as I think watching the film would be the best way to digest the story—but what I will say is that fans of vampire movies should really enjoy this one—or at the very least I’d assume so!
The one thing I will divulge is that what when vampires and humans work together for the betterment of both species it makes for an intriguing watch—and again, even though the budget was not through the roof I’d be happy to watch more films like this one! -Devin J. Meaney

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