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About the Movie
Aaron copes with his new life as a single father and the distant relationship he shares with his only child Tate. A timid hemophiliac, Tate is roughed up at school by the chief bully causing a massive nosebleed that lands him in the hospital fighting for his life. He makes a miraculous recovery after a necessary blood transfusion, but Aaron begins to notice progressively strange behaviors in his son. Faced with the grim possibility that his son could be becoming a vampire, Aaron enlists the help of a local vampire hunter and embarks on a frantic search to find the source of the infection to stop the transformation before it’s too late.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 5
- Fresh: 3
- Rotten: 2
- Average Rating: 4.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: The lifeless script and bland performances damn the film and the unlucky viewers who find it.
Fresh: Uneven but quietly true to its odd premise.
not your usual vampire film....its more about the love between a father and son....great film!!!!
Saw this at a film festival and really enjoyed it. To me, it's more a father/son story than a horror movie. At least not your typical blood and guts horror movie (not that there's anything wrong with those - they can be fun). But this is really about a father trying to save his kid from a disease. The disease just happens to be vampirism. It makes it seem realistic, like it could happen to anyone, which is what makes it so creepy. It's definitely worth watching, especially if you like something different.
Not just a horror film
Great story and very different from most horro genre films. This one focuses on the relatioship between the son and the father and the father's unrelenting efforts to sae his boy. He engages the help of some knowledgeable locals and faces off with a not-so-helpful priest, played with equal parts creepiness and 'don't help me effort by David Castelvi. James Martinez, Michael Chieffo, directly Tommy Stovall and the entire comany provide a local life-goes-wrong take on the vampire theme.