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Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe (2005)





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The low-budget, direct-to-video sci-fi/horror fest Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe opens in the year 2210. After draining the life from millions of human bodies, bloodsuckers not only worm their way across the face of the earth but sit poised on the edge of conquering the universe. To squash the problem for all time, intergalactic rulers order the assembly of V-SAN crews, or anti-vampire sanitation teams, to cruise the galaxy and stamp out the undead. The rough riders on the Hieronymus Unit - men and women prized for their brutality and their bull-by-the-horns, take no prisoners mindset - have among them Quintana (Natassia Malthe), a half-human, half-vampiress endowed with psychic powers that enable to foresee her prey; Captain Nicholas Churchill (Joe Lando), and second-in-command Damian Underwood (Dominic Zamprogna) - who, together, have enough force to meet the vampires on a level playing field. But they unknowingly careen head-first toward a nasty trap led by the vampire captain, Muco (Michael Ironside), which risks extinguishing the Hieronymus crew for eternity and giving the vamps limitless power.


Critic Reviews for Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe

All Critics (2)

What begins as a big pile of dumb fun winds up a weary mess.

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Hollywood Bitchslap

Chock full of bad acting, ridiculously pulpy dialogue, and tons of sloppily satisfying gore, Vampire Wars is by all conceivable measures a pretty awful movie. But that doesn't mean I didn't have some fun with it!

Full Review… | May 25, 2006

Audience Reviews for Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe

Tired cliches, bad acting, and generally far less than thrilling. This one just plain doesn't work and may just be the worst film with vampires I have ever seen,

Viktor Berzinsky
Viktor Berzinsky

If we didn't need you for food we'd wipe you out In 2210 a group known as the Vampire Sanitation Organization is responsible for traveling the galaxy and destroying any vampires they encounter. They obtain a distress symbol from an Earth base of settlers; and shortly after arriving the captain of the group is killed leaving an inexperienced captain in charge of the team. The captain lacks credibility amongst the group and his only supporter is from a vampire member of the group. Can the group succeed on their mission with the lack of trust amongst the team? "Welcome us into your home so we can become brothers." Matthew Hastings, director of Decoys and Engaged to Kill, delivers Bloodsuckers. The storyline for this picture is a bit ridiculous and a strange addition to the science fiction genre. The settings are well done and some of the gore is outstanding, but the acting is inconsistent despite the lovely Natassia Malthe starring as the vampire, vampire hunter (yum). The film also stars Joe Lando, Dominic Zamprogna, Aaron Pearl, and Michael Ironside. "They're stupid and relatively primitive." I came across this film while flicking through the channels and decided to give it a go based on its ridiculous plot. Well, the film was as bad as I anticipated but had above average kill and gore sequences. Natassia Malthe was also especially hot. Overall, this picture is nothing special but not a complete waste of time. "Not all vampires are created equal." Grade: D+

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

There we go another poor made Vampire Movie and there was a Godzilla look a like creature too. lol

Wahida K
Wahida K

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