Slayer (2006)

Slayer (2006)





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A secret U.S. military strike force battles a vampire infestation in the South American jungle in this action/horror film commissioned for the SciFi cable network. The top brass can't officially admit that vampires exist, but that doesn't stop Col. Jessica Weaver (Lynda Carter) from sending army commando Hawk (Casper Van Dien) and his team to the rain forest, where entire villages are being overrun by bloodsucking fiends. Things get even trickier when Hawk finds out that his ex-wife, Laurie (Jennifer O'Dell) -- who is also Col. Weaver's niece -- is in the same region conducting scientific research. Grieves (Kevin Grevioux), Hawk's right-hand man, soon gets enlisted into the ranks of the undead. But it's Laurie who unwittingly stumbles on the king of all vampires: Javier (Tony Plana), a seemingly mild-mannered nobleman whose secret history begins with the conquistadors and their quest for the fountain of youth. Slayer premiered July 8, 2006, on SciFi. Star Van Dien and writer/director Kevin VanHook previously teamed up for the 2005 horror film The Fallen Ones, while Van Dien and Grevioux are both veterans of Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow.
Action & Adventure , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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Ray Park
as Acrobatic Vampire Twins
Lynda Carter
as Colonel Jessica Weaver
Merritt Bailey
as Merritt
Ski Carr
as Guillermo
Joyce Giraud
as Estrella
Kevin Grevioux
as Grieves
Toby Holguin
as Antony
Jim Morse
as Starkings
Tony Plana
as Javier
Daniel Puello
as Gun Toting Kid
Danny Trejo
as Montegna
Cameron VanHook
as Javier Creature
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Pretty stupid, interesting twist off of the fountain of youth as well as the blood rituals performed by early Central Americans. Acting was pathetic though, and plot was down right silly and slow.

Addison Potter
Addison Potter

Ambitious fluff.

Steve K
Steve K

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Excellent! Gives a whole new twist on vampires.

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