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Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter (2001)

Cast: Phil Caracas, Ian Driscoll, Josh Grace, more...
Director: Lee Gordon Demarbre, Lee Demarbre
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Eclectic DVD Dist.
Genre: Horror, Vampires, Musicals
Running Time: 85 min.
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Forget that hack Van Helsing, for true extermination of the fanged undead believers turn to the one and only sandaled slayer, Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter. Having returned to Earth for the eagerly anticipated Second Coming, Jesus finds his bid to judge the living interrupted by a horde of angry bloodsuckers who possess the ability to walk in daylight. Of course even Jesus needs a hand now and then when it comes to battling the legions of the undead, and Mexican wrestling hero El Santo is more than eager to pitch in and do his part to ensure a safe Judgment Day. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Fair by mickeyd November 30, 2007 - 8:25 PM PST
For an extremely low budget film this is entertaining. Some of the camera work is really bad and the dialog seems off at times. Definately an original idea for a film. Funny and offbeat..................way offbeat.

Funny, But When Does "Camp" End and Bad Camera Work Begin? by WLiebold March 16, 2003 - 5:09 AM PST
9 out of 10 members found this review helpful
This is a clever, often very funny, very low-budget ($40K) satire. Most of the bits work quite well and the cast, while clearly not always ready for prime time, gets the job done pretty well. The frustrating thing is that the camera and production work are so modest that they become a distraction. Perhaps it was done purposefully, a la "What's Up Tiger Lily?", but it seems that if a dialog change was required, rather than reshoot the scene, the new dialog was simply dubbed, and that's painfully obvious at times. The less-than-professional camera work (at times) can also get to be a distrction.
Having said all that, rent it. You'll have a good time.

GreenCine Member Rating

(Average 5.18)
107 Votes
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