Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Review: Death Hunter: Werewolves vs. Vampires

In a forgotten region of the desert, an unspeakable evil exists. By no choice of his own, John Croix will come face-to-face with the most terrifying creatures of the dark night.   Equipped with the power of the werewolf and newfound faith in himself -and all that is Holy - his mission is to save mankind from certain doom.

DEATH HUNTER: WEREWOLVES VS. VAMPIRES was directed by Dustin Rikert (Alien Invasion Arizona, and the upcoming  Easy Rider: The Ride Back), and stars  Sam McConkey  (Offside, The Salena Incident), Paulino Hemmer (Ghost Rock, Essence of Echoes), Mike Lawler  (Jolene, Maneater: Part 1), Shari Wiedmann  (Easy Rider: The Ride Back), and Rich Williams.

Whenever I hear the word vampire or werewolf, I am immediately interested.  I've had a fascination with both creatures for as long as I can remember.  So when I find out that there is a movie that has both, I must see it.  DEATH HUNTER'S storyline is well thought out and the acting is pretty good.  The special effects are decent but you should know going in that they aren't perfect.  It's entertaining in it's own way and certainly worth seeing at least once.

DVD  features include:  Closed Captioned,  16:9 widescreen format, 5.1 Dolby  digital surround sound, deleted scene, trailers, and optional Spanish subtitles.

DVD UPC:  039414521481
DVD:  $24.95 SRP
RUNNING TIME:  95 minutes
:  DVD
GENRE:  Creature, Action/Horror
CONSUMER STREET:  May 24, 2011
RETAIL PREORDER:  April 26, 2011


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