The Last Sect (2007)





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Deborah Odell (Thrill Seekers, You Stupid Man) and newcomer Natalie Madison-Brown team up with Kung Fu's David Carradine for the direct-to-video goth frightfest The Last Sect. The picture unfolds at a point when the last vampire sect of the title sits perched on the rim of utter extinction, with no fresh blood in sight. An apocalyptic battle between the clan's sexy leader, Anna (Odell), and Van Helsing (Carradine), an ace vampire hunter, has rolled on for centuries. Now, when threatened with the possibility of wasting away, Anna and her cronies begin to come out of hiding by setting up a vampiric dating website that will lure in unassuming young men and women. The site immediately attracts a rabid following; suspicious and somewhat skeptical news reporter Sydney (Madison-Brown) launches her own investigation, unaware that she is being set up as a target for the bloodsuckers. Mesmerized by Anna's hypnotic power, Sydney loses all traces of her own free will and becomes something of a puppet for the vamp. Carradine races in to save her and slay Anna -- but time is running out. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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I thought it was pretty interesting in a "B" movie sort of way. Had a great soundtrack, some good lines, interesting characters, just the right touch of mystery and sexiness. Not nearly as bad as some reviewers wrote.

Steven Harbin
Steven Harbin

A pretty poor vampire flick that has a real TV movie feel. Some familiar faces but not a lot happens really!

Dean King
Dean King

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[img][/img][color=black]Putting a decidedly modern twist on the vampire genre, this entertaining gore-fest has hot female vamps using internet dating sites as their own personal delivery services--as a reporter working on an innocent lifestyle story discovers to her horror. Meanwhile, these dangerous bad dates are being tracked by a fierce descendant of Van Helsing himself (David Carradine of KILL BILL).[/color] Boring & very amatuerish looking film. You'd think David Carradine's career would have picked up a little after the Kill Bill films, but he's reduced to doing tacky B horror movies made in Canada. :confused:

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