The Thompsons (2012)
The Thompsons (2012)
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The family of American bloodsuckers from The Hamiltons flees to England, where another, more powerful vampire clan awaits in this sequel to The Butcher Brothers' shocking feature debut. In the wake of a massacre at a remote gas station, The Hamilton's monstrous secret gets out. Desperate, they set their sights on England, and change their name to The Thompsons. Meanwhile, with the youngest sibling Lenny suffering mortal wounds, Francis follows rumors of another family of vampires to a quaint pub in the English countryside. Though his intuition was correct, Francis failed to realize that his English counterparts are more powerful than he ever could have imagined. After taking Francis hostage in a test of his powers, however, they quickly free him, and offer sanctuary to the fugitive family. But their benevolent offer masks dark intentions, and as the rest of The Thompsons make their way to the secluded safe haven, the American predators finally learn how it feels to be the prey. … More
|Rating:||R (for brutal bloody violence, some strong sexuality, nudity and language)|
|Genre:||Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense|
|Directed By:||The Butcher Brothers, Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores, Butcher Brothers|
|Written By:||Mitchell Altieri, Cory Knauf, Butcher Brothers|
|On DVD:||Dec 31, 2012|
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as David Hamilton
as Wendell Hamilton
as Darlene Hamilton
as Lenny Hamilton
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Critic Reviews for The Thompsons
involves a clash not just of family values, but also of broad trans-Atlantic stereotypes, where the Hamiltons, far from their birthplace and out of their league, discover there is a reason their parents turned their back on the 'old country'.
Audience Reviews for The Thompsons
I thought I'd check this out because I liked "The Hamiltons" but this movie isn't good. It tries to be good but really isn't. I liked the movie poster for this movie a lot-that is one of the main reasons I decided to watch. Skip this one unless you have nothing better to do.
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