#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The journalist Sydney St. James is writing an article for the magazine where she works about the on-line dating agency Artemis that is specialized in women. She schedules an interview with the owner of Artemis, Anna, and she visits the mysterious woman with her photographer Sam, who is fascinated by a site called Vampire Web. Sidney feels a great attraction for Anna, who is actually an ancient vampire called Anastasia. Meanwhile the vampire hunter Dr. Abraham Van Helsing is advised by his assistant Tone about the correlation between Artemis and the Vampire Web, and Van Helsing explains that in every turn of millennium, the vampire sect needs to regenerate, using a woman for this purpose. Van Helsing calls his partner Karpov and together they go to Artemis to fight against Anastasia and her sect.
Plot: A seductively lethal vampire sect leader has been battling famed vampire hunter Van Helsing’s descendent for decades. But now she and her bloodthirsty followers face extinction unless they can find a willing victim who will ensure their future survival. It’s up to Van Helsing to stop the blood from flowing in this thrilling, action-packed duel to the death!
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It coulda been a contender!
It’s not the worst vampire flick, but it could have been so much better.
First, it was slow. I mean really slow. All that yakking in Van Helsing’s (David Carradine) house just really didn’t add much. They could have cut half of it to add more vampette action.
They had some gorgeous vampettes and two really hot leads – Natalie Brown (Dawn of the Dead) and Deborah Odell. The dream sequences were hot, but they could have been really hot and given us a reason to love this movie.
And, please, Julian Richings (X-Men: The Last Stand , Saw IV, The Red Violin) was so obnoxious that you cheered for the vampires. Nobody kills vampires without breaking a sweat. Make it real folks.
Anybody for a remake?
The Last Sect looked to have potential and features some good acting, but ultimately it doesn’t deliver. As others have pointed out, it doesn’t have the overt sexuality or gore of a 70’s B-Movie, but neither does it achieve the stylistic, indie feel of cult classics like the Hunger. It seems to be trying for a blend of both, but fails to manage either successfully.
It’s expected that plot and dialogue are going to be weak in a vampire flick, but this needs to made up for with either exciting action or style. What action there is gets bogged down by excruciatingly slow pacing, and an overload of talking. I believe they were trying to go for indie clever with the dialogue but it just comes across as dull. The visuals and imagery are nice, but not memorable. The mistake they make here is not adding the contrasting element of horrific to the dreamlike, erotic sequences so we end up with a lot of bland pretty.
I give it a 3 for the acting and for potential, but as lenient as I am when it comes to bad vampire movies, I can’t give The Last Sect a good grade. The movie ends up stuck in a no man’s land, neither intellectual nor gratuitous and instead, much I hate to say it, only manages to be boring.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Jonathan Dueck
Writer David Robbeson
Actors David Carradine, Natalie Brown, Deborah Odell
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Sony HDW-F900
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format D-Cinema