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Thirst, The

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  • Actors: Matt Keeslar, Clare Kramer, Jeremy Sisto, Serena Scott Thomas, Neil Jackson
  • Directors: Jeremy Kasten
  • Writers: Jeremy Kasten, Ben Lustig, Liz Maccie, Mark A. Altman, Wayne Mahon
  • Producers: Aaron Rattner
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Release Date: May 15 2007
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000NVIXK0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #87,089 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Welcome to an urban underworld of pleasure and pain where fleshfueled slaughter is the ultimate high. Matt Keeslar of DUNE and Clare Kramer of BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER star as a pair of recovering drug addicts recruited by a clan of sex & gore crazed vampires led by the charismatic madman Darius (Jeremy Sisto of SIX FEET UNDER). But as each depraved ‘fix’ leads them deeper into hell, what will be the final price for the most horrific addiction of all? Adam Baldwin (SERENITY), Erik Palladino (ER) and Serena Scott- Thomas co-star in this harrowing shocker from the director of THE ATTIC EXPEDITIONS and ALL SOULS DAY, and the producers of ROOM 6, HOUSE OF THE DEAD II and THE DARKROOM. Featuring the music of Rasputina, Dames Violet, Jack The Mad, Sonya Kahn, The Spindles and more. Features: Audio Commentary with Director Jeremy Kasten Deleted Scenes, Also on DVD, Full Motion Menues, DVD-ROM Script Favorite Vampire Movies Featurette Photo Gallery (includes production sketches) The Thirst Making of Documentary

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Lisa (Clare Kramer) is a stripper with stage 4 cancer. She hasn't informed her boyfriend Maxx (Matt Keeslar) who simply believes the smell and vomit is because she is a drug addict. Lisa's dancing style catches the eye of Mariel (Serena Scott Thomas) who recruits the near dead Lisa into a vampire coven. Maxx believes Lisa is dead until he sees her out one night at the Inferno Club. Eventually Maxx becomes one of them and the story becomes one of a bizarre metaphor for addiction.

The film had plenty of blood. In fact our vampires are not overly neat and bathing appears to be optional. It was a little much. Most female vampires eventually become topless except for Lisa who wears a colored see-through early on. There were times the film had that classic "Dusk to Dawn (D2D)" feel to it, but it didn't last. Fans of the D2D series with low standards should like this feature.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity.
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this movie is similar to Darkness Falls,and The Boogeyman(2005)but it's
also much more graphic than both,and not as good as either.it's also
slow and fairly predictable.it's also got shades of Deliverance and the
Amityville Horror.plus,we get some new age flavour thrown in the mix
and for me,some of those scenes come off as a
motivational/inspirational sermon.really,this movie is a hodgepodge of
almost everything.even though it is gory,the makeup effects are not
very realistic looking.in fact they look kinda cheap.aside from all
that,there is some really awful clichéd dialogue.and i won't say
when,but there is a point where a couple of the character's actions
were not authentic or believable,given the circumstances.nobody in
their right mind what would have acted this way.once you watch the
movie,you'll know what i mean.there's also some gratuitous nudity for
nudity's sake.it just wasn't necessary at all.the good news is that the
acting was actually pretty good.better than this movie
deserves.so,after carefully weighing the evidence,id say this movie was
passable,but not good.my verdict for The Tooth fairy:2/5
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Early on in "Hatchet Job: The Making of The Tooth Fairy" featurette on this DVD the actress who plays the titular character in human form comments that this movie is not for little kids. I mention this because at one point in this direct to video 2006 horror film I was actually thinking that the best explanation for what was happening was that this was indeed a horror movie made for little kids. But that was before the combination decapitation (male) and topless (female) scene, which made it clear that they really were not making "Baby's First Horror Film," even if the ending is as family oriented as any horror film I have ever seen.

We begin back in 1949 in Northern California when Elizabeth Craven (Karin Konoval), a disfigured witch, developed the nasty habit of killing young children after they had lost their last baby tooth. Then we jump to the present, where young Pamela (Nicole Munoz) and her mother Darcy Wagner (Chandra West) are spending the weekend at the newly opened bed & breakfast of Peter Campbell (Lochlyn Munro). Of course the B&B used to be Elizabeth Craven's creepy old house and guess what happens to Pamela when she falls down and bangs her face? You get the general idea, which is really all you are going to get because it was never clear to me why killing kids after taking their last baby teeth was so important to the old witch. Pamela makes friends with Emma (Jianna Ballard), who is obviously a ghost. This matters because since Pamela is the only real kid around the Tooth Fairy is going to have to start taking out the adults at the B&B (which includes a brief appearance by P.J. Soles from "Halloween").
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We quick delivery classic horror movie Will definitely purchase from seller again
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excellent
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