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Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter

AKA's: Chrystus - Lowca Wampirów / Jesucristo Cazavampiros

Release date: 2001 Canada
Running time: 85' (cover 85') - Source: DVD (RC 1/NTSC)
Rating: UK: 18; US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Lee Gordon Demarbre (Harry Knuckles 1998)
Producer: Odessa Filmworks Inc.
Score: Graham Collins
Writer: Ian Driscoll
Director of photography: Lee Gordon Demarbre


Summary: The second coming is upon us, and Jesus (Phil Caracas) has returned to Earth. But before he can get down to the serious business of judging the living and the dead, he has to contend with an army of vampires that can walk in the daylight.
Combining Kung-Fu action with biblical prophecy and a liberal dose of humour, the film teams the savior with Mexican wrestling hero El Santo (Jeff Moffet) against mythological horrors and science gone mad, and also manages to address contemporary sexual politics. And did we mention that it's a musical?

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Our Ranking

short review:

This film is a very nice and veeery bizare independent production. The son of God is fighting a horde of daywalking vampires (an acceptable explanation for this unusual ability is given during the movie), who are slaying the lesbian citizens of a Canadian small-town. A kung-fu fighting, sneaker wearing and not so bright son of the Lord, a punk priest in a studded leather jacket with a red-coloured mohican, some song-and-dance numbers and several other oddities mix up to a highly entertaining offbeat cocktail. Far away from any mainstream production, and very amusing, it is in no way - despite it's title - anti-religious or blasphemous, and leaves you with a smile on your face!

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