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Night of the Vampire Hunter (2000)

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Jens Feldner's pulp fantasy novels are a success. His secret is easy: his girl-friend Selin is a vampire. But there is more to it: She is a vampire slayer on a mission to find the master ... See full summary »

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Nicole Bujard ...
Selin (as Nicole Müller)
Stefan Keseberg ...
Jens Feldner / Henry Gloom
Alex Kaese ...
Arnold Zahn
Peter Schrader ...
Franco Herkenrath
Michael Nack ...
Gregor Seidel
Erich Amerkamp ...
Teddy
Roland von Unruh ...
Kai Wrings
Birgit Bujard ...
Hooker
Guido Meyer de Voltaire ...
Brian Pileggi
Alexander Derkum ...
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Ulli Bujard ...
Frank Meurer
Helmut Bujard ...
TV-Reporter
Willi Müller ...
Vampire with tattooing
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Volker Jacquemien ...
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Jens Feldner's pulp fantasy novels are a success. His secret is easy: his girl-friend Selin is a vampire. But there is more to it: She is a vampire slayer on a mission to find the master who bit her centuries ago... Written by Coffeebeans Entertainment

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Horror | Fantasy

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1 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Nachtschatten  »

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Profondo Rosso
Performed by AARDVARKS
Written by Guido Meyer de Voltaire and Andreas Meyer de Voltaire
Courtesy of Stonehenge Productions
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Fun Vampire Film
11 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

A more serious, somber indie horror entry, NIGHT OF THE VAMPIRE HUNTER comes from Germany by way of debuting director/writer Ulli Bujard. It's a gritty vampire shocker that uses sly humor as well as a downbeat atmosphere to tell the story of pulp writer Jens Feldner (Stephen Keseberg) who finds inspiration for his vampire tales through his girlfriend, Selin (Nicole Bujard). The reason why Selin is good at this is because not only is she a vampire, but she's a vampire hunter, seeking the Master Vampire who bit her centuries ago. Indie vampire films are generally way too serious. Some of them make dramas about World War II seem light-hearted. Most of the time, if an indie vampire film injects humor, it's way too goofy. Movie fans will soak up Bujard's blood-sucking treat. It maintains a strong dramatic sense, and allows for on-target "giggling in the cemetery" macabre humor.


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