The Breed (2001)

The Breed





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One cop is a vampire and his partner is not in this unconventional thriller from director Michael Oblowitz. To help stop an evil plot that would integrate vampires into normal society, a pair of FBI agents must stop an evil fanged fiend. Matters are complicated when the human officer begins to fall for a sexy female vampire. Adrian Paul (Highlander: Endgame) stars as the good vampire agent. Bokeem Woodbine plays his partner. Bai Ling portrays the vampire seductress Lucy.

Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: ,
Written By: Christos N. Gage, Ruth Fletcher
In Theaters:
On DVD: Nov 20, 2001


as Aaron Gray

as Steve Grant

as Lucy Westenra

as Fleming

as Seward

as Calmet

as Section Chief

as Donatien Alphonse Fr...

as Dr. Graf Orlock

as Dean Fusco

as Goth Poser No. 1

as Goth Poser No. 2

as Detective

as Bystander

as Nazi Soldier No. 1

as Nazi Soldier No. 2

as Vampire Cop No. 1

as Vampire Cop No. 2

as Dr. Bathory

as Newscaster

as Polish Bartender

as Lowlife
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Critic Reviews for The Breed

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (1)

April 27, 2007
Hollywood Reporter
Top Critic

Lovely ladies, virile vampires, and powerful panthers -- a gorgeous, glossy film.

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Audience Reviews for The Breed

Interesting take on the vampire film has the vamps as akin to Holocaust victims. Adrian Paul takes a fine performance and Bokeem Woodbine is a revelation.

Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

It was quite jarring seeing Duncan MacLeod sporting a Hitler mustache. He's used to playing immortals but playing a vampire with a bad mustache should have given me fair warning that I was about to watch a corn turd. Bokeem Woodbine is about as menacing as Dave Chappelle (he looks like him too) and the only time Bai Ling is interesting is when she's about to seduce someone. Guess what, she doesn't seduce ANYONE in this film. No wonder it sucked, which is never a good thing when you have a movie about a bloodsucker.


4.5/10. I am not a big horror film fan, and in particular am not into vampire movies, but this one wasn't too bad. The cast was well, especially Bai Ling and the plot is an interesting idea. The film has an appropriate dark look to it. The decent budget helps.

James Higgins

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