Blood Thirst (2023)

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Blood Thirst (2023). Blood Thirst: Directed by Christopher McCleod. With Tim Michael Schmidt, Lindsey Mitchell, Sky Crystal, Dorothy Hadley Joly. A vampire who works at a blood bank meets a detective investigating blood-draining murders, she must choose between revealing her true nature and keeping her secrets safe, even as her own desires become increasingly hard to resist.

“This was obviously a low-budget movie. I say this because there are frequent continuity issues (peculiar silences and editing) that look like the film needed final touching up before releasing.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI have no problem with this, since I tend to focus on the story and the acting. I liked the story, since it had an interesting premise: in a small city, a real vampire, u0026quot;Vanessa.u0026quot; is working at a blood bank, and a wanna-be vampire, u0026quot;Bento,u0026quot; works in a comic book store. Both of them drain bodies of blood, but of course the wanna-be vampire has to use needles. Curiously, they both leave their victims in trash bags at the same part of the city dump, so the police are coming over every over evening and discover new corpses! As luck would have it, the real vampire lives next door to the main detective working on this case; they soon get chummy. And both the real vampire and the wanna-be vampire go to the hardware store at the exact same time to buy more trash bags for their victims.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThings are coming together and we are soon going to find out who gets out of this alive!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI give this movie five stars. I enjoyed it.”


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