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Film Review: Blood Hunters: Rise of the Hybrids (2020) by Vincent Soberano

Film Review: Blood Hunters: Rise of the Hybrids (2020) by Vincent Soberano

Usually not a style associated with the Philippines, they attempt to enter the martial arts/fantasy epic with this new effort from emerging indie director Vincent Soberano, also choosing to star in this new effort. Expanding on the folklore established in the previous shorts Blood Hunters and Blood Hunters: Aswang, this feature-length adaption of the storyline will get a digital launch on March 17 across various streaming platforms.

In the years following the arrival of the Aswang, a team of Blood Hunters led by Mante (Monsour Del Rosario), Max (Ian Ignacio) and Kali (Roxanne Barcelo) manage to stumble upon Gabriella Chang (Sarah Chang), a young woman hunting the powerful vampire Naga (Temujin Shirzada). Once they realize his partner Gundra (Mekael Turner) is in the area, they bring her into their camp to train with them when the special warrior Bolo (Vincent Soberano) becomes involved through Bolo and Naka attempting to launch a new attack.

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