The future of mankind hangs in the balance as the Vatican secretly enlists a team of vampire-hunters led by Master-Slayer Jack Crow. Not only must he and his team hunt down and destroy vampires, they must prevent the Master Vampire from reaching his ultimate goal for the legions of undead -- the ability to walk in daylight.
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A family of vampires, bored with immortality, lives in Belgium, eats illegal immigrants, children, handicapped folk, and takes every advantage they can suck out of the country's social system.
Samson, a seventies throwback, lives his 55th year like he's forever 20. Grace, an eternal teenager bent on being human again, keeps committing suicide. George, the patriarch, manages as best he can, heading the eccentric family and its on-going squabbles with the neighboring vampires.
It turns out vampires must keep to a strict code. They are, for example, prohibited from sleeping with their leader's wife. That's where Samson went too far... Now he and his whole family are exiled to Quebec, where even vampires have to work for a living!
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Vampires -- A contemporary and blood-chilling take on the gothic legend, horror master John Carpenter's Vampires stars James Woods as the ultimate vampire slayer on his most dangerous mission ever.
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