Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter

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Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter Review


They don't make enough musical horror. Or now that I think about it, maybe they do. Shot on an ultra-super-duper low-budget, the title pretty much sums it up: Jesus has returned to earth to knock down some vampires, and sing about it. Its shock/absurdity value aside, this zippy 85-minute flick never really earns the cult status it already has, namely because it looks like a student film (high school students, at that) put together over a long weekend. The cornball premise revolves around a single joke that'll have you anxious for the ending before the 30-minute mark hits.


Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter

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Run time: 85 mins

In Theaters: Tuesday 15th January 2002

Distributed by: Eclectic DVD Distribution

Production compaines: Odessa Filmworks

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 78%
Fresh: 7 Rotten: 2

IMDB: 5.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer:

Starring: as Jesus Christ, as Maxine Schreck, as Mary Magnum, as Father Eustace, as Johnny Golgatha, as Dr. Praetorious, Tracy Lance as Gloria Oddbottom, Glen Jones as Father Alban, Mike Funk as Danny Sabbath, Lucky Ron as Blind Jimmy Leper, as Himself, as Santos, Ivan Freud as Narrator, Erica Murton as Maggie, Alex Godin as Father Avellino, Shelly Pederson as Woman Blessed on the Beach, Thetis Bernard as Beach Vampire #1, Adel Croteau as Beach Vampire #2, Karen Friis as Dancing Angel #1, Marlene Friis as Dancing Angel #2, Guen Douglas as Dancing Angel #3, Sarah Levitin as Dancing Angel #4, Eva Colpaart as Dancing Angel #5, Ranita Raggo as The Straight Shooters Waitress, Christopher R. Bugg as Atheist #1, Ean Murphy as Atheist #2, Graham Collins as Allegro Clerk, Elinor Quesnel as Praetorius' Patient #1 / Wrestling Girl #1, Christine Demarbre as The Screaming Lesbian, Andy Smith as The Bishop, Marc Charron as The Cop, Jose Sanchez as The Transvestite, Sophie as Fifi the Dog, Jay Stone as God (voice), Petr Maur as Photographer #1, Lyn Guerin as Photographer #2, Alana Ragbir as Photographer #3, Stu Hutchings as Danny Sabbath's Bodyguard, Rayna Farr-Dutchin as The Little Blind Girl, Harry Knuckles as Himself, Jenny Coutts as Virgin Mary, Nancy Riehle as Wresting Girl #2 / Praetorius' Patient #2, Milo as The Deaf Lesbian Dog, Mark Cayer as Worshipper, Olga Chrzanowska as Worshipper, Eric Demarbre as Hockey Jersey Atheist, Miles Finlayson as Atheist, Stephanie Halin as Lesbian Vampire, Claudia Jurt as Misty Winters, Yves Macra as The limo driver, Jason McMaster as Atheist 1, Karm Parker as Atheist #6, Mark Pollesel as Dancer, Steve Sauve as Pedestrian, Homeless Person, Casey Tourangeau as Singer, Musical Scene

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