Wednesday, May 18, 2011

DVD Review: Death Hunter: Werewolves Vs. Vampires

Death Hunter: Werewolves Vs. Vampires  is directed by Dustin Rikert and is about a couple traveling and lots of surprises and coincidences happen along the way. First up, they stop at a bar that has gas pumps outside, the wife reveals she’s pregnant and then vampires appear and kidnap her for some strange reason but leave her man behind.
The guy (John) flees to the desert and then he gets attacked and bitten by a werewolf, a really bad CG werewolf at that. I’ve seen better on video games! An old man takes him back to his place and saves him with super serum. The old man tells John that he’s the part-lycan savior and John shaves his head, yep, pretty much how it goes.
There’s also a group of friends traveling in the desert while all of this with John goes on. Two guys and two girls hit a werewolf, they get out to check on to see what they actually hit and one bites the dust just as John shows up to save the rest.  As John travels to where the head vampire lives the three survivors go with him. John shows up for the ultimate showdown, john wins, gets his girl back, the end.
Now, to the special effects in this movie. Like I said earlier I’ve seen better in video games! Come on, if you don’t have the budget don’t make it! They also used some of the same scenes over and over again! The entire special effects needs an overhaul! The acting inDeath Hunter is also pretty bad but the story is something we’ve seen time in and time out. Boy loses girl, boy fights for girl, boy gets girl back.
Bottom line is for this movie to have such a cool title, it’s a 95 minute suckfest! I don’t like bashing movies but I’m being honest here, this movie sucks! Don’t waste your time with this one! Pass!
Special Features:
  • Closed Captioned, 16:9 Widescreen Format
  • 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound
  • Deleted Scene
  • Trailers
  •  Optional Spanish Subtitles
When his wife is abducted by a group of blood-thirsty Vampires, John Croix is left to die in a forgotten region of the desert. It is here where an unspeakable evil exists. Now, by no choice of his own, Croix will come face-to-face with the most terrifying creatures of the night. Still a man, but possessing all the strength and power of a werewolf when the moon is out, Croix becomes a reluctant hero for mankind when he learns that his wife may still be alive. Croix sets out on a mission to rescue his wife - venturing deeper and deeper into the Vampire's lair- in his quest to save her before she is lost to the world of the undead forever.

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