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Release date: 1996 USA/Romania
Running time: 81' (cover 92') - Source: DVD (RC 0/NTSC)
78' (cover 90') - Source: DVD (RC 2/PAL)
Rating: Germ.: 18; UK: 18; US: R
Main Crew: Director: Ted Nicolaou (Subspecies 1; 2; 3 & 4; Ragdoll 1999)
Producer: Full Moon Studios
Score: Richard Kosinski / Tim Isle
Writer: Ted Nicolaou
Director of photography: Adolpho Bartoli

Cast:


Summary: I am God's most desolate creature ... a vampire with a mortal heart.
I destroyed the one who spawned me and I have sworn to destroy his entire bloodline ... the ones who stole me from the warmth of the sun. For centuries I have traveled the Earth, hunting the undead, but the most vicious, most powerful vampire master of all time ... Ash, remains.
Ash (Jonathan Morris) is only vulnerable when he gives in to his passions - his love of music and women. He has found both in Sofia (Kirsten Cerre), a beautiful concert pianist. My one chance to strike him down approaches, but must I sacrifice the girl to do it?
The pain of my quest intensifies with every breath. My hunger for blood is as strong as my hope for salvation. I can never forget that I too am a vampire.




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short review:

Given life by Ted Nicolaou, the man who brought us the Subspecies series. Very nice film, with a great gothic and dark atmosphere. It was bloody fun watching it. The one thing I hated about this movie was the totally silly way the vampires were flying. Never have seen such a crap!



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