Bloodthirst -Post Apocalyptic Vampires | KT Review

Like cockroaches, vampires seem able to survive anything -well, except for John. John, the vampire hunter, intends to track down the master vampire, and do what needs doing. He just needs a little help to find him and there’s a lot of ground to cover.

In a post apocalyptic world run by vampires, only the strong survive. John Shepard, Vampire Hunter, is one of them. John has to track down and eliminate the master vampire before he himself gets turned.

Bloodthirst, IMDb

With Costas Mandylor (Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, Saw X) as John Shepard. Tara Reid (American Pie, Alone in the Dark) as the Vampire Queen. Robert LaSardo (Death Race, Tommyknockers) as the Vampire Master. Bishop Stevens (Revealer, Girl on the Third Floor) as Torque. Johnny Huang (Bridge of the Doomed, Attack of the Unknown) as Charlie. And Sarah French (That’s a Wrap, Garden of Eden) as Brooke Thompson.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Bloodthirst Review Conclusion

A highly dramatic movie that adds unique vampire rules to a post-apocalyptic setting. Everyone is in survival mode and unwilling to team up with strangers. You never know who they could be or the risk they could pose. This vampire hunter has his work cut out for him and just a few tricks up his sleeve. My only complaint is the seeming lack of ability to swallow. Why must they always waste their food? So many vampires suffering from slim pickings and others just allow the blood to flow down their chins like it’s plentiful.

Out October 31st, 2023 on VOD/DVD through Lionsgate