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Interesting effort by Hammer, originally filmed as a 20 part web series, about a 90s rave attacked by vampires. Plays like a British Buffy with some crude dialogue and pretty gruesome gore. Ingrid Pitt appears briefly in a cameo.
useless movie.......Khoon chusuwa manav and nari roams around for blood harvesting...Ghisi hui story line.....
I saw this one right after Lost Boys III, and the latter won my vote, meaning that this one was even worse. They styled the movie with episodes, totally annoying but not done before, and the vampires are all but scary. Also annoying, maybe.
Hammer's first feature to mark the return of the once great production company actually began life as a series of short episodes broadcast via MySpace. It's trying-to-be-hip plot has a soldier attempting to find his girlfriend at a secret rave and rescue her from the clutches of vampires. It's all a bit silly really but there are some likeable characters and the production values are surprisingly high for a project of this nature.