This Darkness: The Vampire Virus

USA 2003

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This Darkness / The Darkness
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Directed by Dylan O'Leary

When world-famous genetic engineer Dr. Van Helsing discovers the secret to immortality, his world is ravaged by true-blood vampires. The Lord of the Undead makes a pact with the young doctor: Make a bride for me, one as perfect as I, and I shall show you wonders this world has never seen. Shadows haunt the doctor, when a hot young student enters his lab and the line between ethics and curiosity are crossed. As bloodshed fills the halls, the battle between Good and Evil begins. Should he believe the promises of the vampire or is he creating another Anti-Christ?
Cast:
David Everritt as Tarquin the Vampire
Jenevieve Frank as Rally
Amanda Cook as Dr. Mary Kmai
Sean Bennett as Dr. Bob
Son Nguyen as FBI Agent Sean Nguyen
Dylan O'Leary as Dr. Van Helsing VII
John McLeod as Ronder
Ron Little as Master Little
Eli Born as Eli
Tony Malachi as Tony
Mitch Roberts as Dean Jones
Dr. Terry Prewitt as Wedding Minister
Rachel Barevich
Amanda Ratchford as Amanda
Carley Quina as Carley

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As the 20th century evolved, rational man turned to science to explain mythology that had pervaded for thousands of years. How could a man be mistaken for a vampire? How could someone appear to have been the victim of a vampire attack? Science, in time, came back with answers that may surprise you.Anemia
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