The Last Vampire on Earth (2010)

PG-13   |  Video   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Horror

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A second-hand report of a man vomiting after eating chicken leads a preacher to believe a vampire is afoot. Luckily for the guy, his girlfriend has AIDS which allows him to be spared.



  • The Last Vampire on Earth (2010)
  • The Last Vampire on Earth (2010)
  • The Last Vampire on Earth (2010)
  • A Vitaliy Versace Film
  • McKenzie Grimmett and Michael Bole in The Last Vampire on Earth (2010)
  • Film premiere" the last vampire on earth" 2-25-2010

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25 September 2017 | floraposteschild
| Not Twilight; more like 3:30 on a wet afternoon
I came to The Last Vampire On Earth with some misconceptions: that it was a Christian film (Jehovah's Witness beliefs come into play, though the filmmaker has only the vaguest idea of what they are); that the lead actress was also the lead in C Me Dance (no; CMD's Christina DeMarco is practically a SAG award winner compared to Last Vampire's McKenzie Grimmet, although they both have that doe-eyed, hit with a brick from behind look); and that it would be performed by actors. No one in this film can act. Nor can the editor edit, the sound engineer sync up sound, nor, almost needless to say, the director direct. Even craft services is non-existent or sub-par. At two so-called family meals, KFC is served up by the characters, without comment. Except when the vampire later throws it up, which turns out to be a surprisingly important plot point. Fine for some laughs, if you like this sort of thing, but this film is not even good enough to have on in the background at your Hallowe'en party.

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$250,000 (estimated)

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