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Night Hunter (2002) Horror Movie Review

User Score: 67% Like of 6 Total Votes

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Night Hunter (2002)

Jack Cutter (Don Wilson), is the son of a vampire hunter. When his parents are killed, Jack inherits a book which lists the remaining vampire bloodlines. Jack must kill the remaining vampires before before they get a chance to reproduce.  Sound like your typical vampire plot? Yep, but, okay I actually LIKED Night Hunter. I expected it to be just another cheesy martial arts flick, but instead, there was actually a fairly decent plot line. Don Wilson was good as the flawed, and lonely Jack Cutter. The vampires themselves were good-looking bunch (not the skinny white nosferatu type), with actual motivation (a desire to breed), and some fairly decent acting on all parts.  I was rather pleased by the cast selection. Usually in less expensive films, the vampires are ugly to make the hero look good!

Towards the end, this flick petered out a bit, and became one endless fight scene, which had me knocking off a star. There was also a few thinly veiled S&M catfight scene between the main heroine and the lesbian vampire which seemed to be added to tittilate the audience. YAWN. (Must this happen to the heroine in EVERY vampire movie?) Still, this was a worthy vampire flick, worth viewing. (Although I could wish for a little bit more exploration into the lives of the vampires and the vampire King’s love for the French woman).

Worth seeing, for some decent character development early on and a cast of good-looking vampires. Ultimately disappointing because of its uninspired ending.


About Night Hunter (2002)

Title: Night Hunter
Year: 2002
Starring: Don 'The Dragon' Wilson, Melanie Smith, Nicholas Guest, Sid Sham, Cash Casey
Rating: 3.3/5 stars from 6 users. Reviews: 6.
Rating: R (Restricted)
Runtime: 86 minutes
Director: Rick Jacobson




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