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Vampire Hunter D: Blood Lust

4

Vampires. Flying Coffins. Laser beams. Japan's Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is like a goth album-cover brought to life. A reimagining of the cult '80s anime film of the same name, Yoshiaki Kawajiri's outing goes straight for the jugular.

Delivering a lavish blend of Victorian architecture and futuristic gadgets, it follows monosyllabic D as he tracks a damsel who's been kidnapped by an evil neck-nipper. Anyone who's ever fed their lunch money into arcade shoot-'em-up Vampire Night will feel right at home.

Film Details

  • 15
  • UK Theatrical Release Date: October 18th 2004

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