Vampires: Los Muertos

Vampires: Los Muertos

Director: Tommy Lee Wallace Cast: Jon Bon Jovi, Tim Guinee, Diego Luna

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Vampires: Los Muertos 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In this sequel a Vampire Queen is attempting the perform the ritual Valek had failed to complete. She found the Black Cross and several Vampire Hunters. But the ceremony was more complex than she realized, her first attempt was a failure. Pursuing her was a Hunter named Derek and a ragtag bunch of hunters. They'd gained an unlikely ally, named Zoey. Zoey had been bitten about a year before meeting them, and gone straight to an Aids clinic. Though the clinic couldn't identify Vampirism, they slipped Zoey an experimental drug, which kept the infection in check - keeping her somewhere between human and Vampire. She functioned in daylight, though she didn't like very much of it. She craved Red Meat. She was also cold as a corpse and psychically linked to the Vampires - she sensed them and saw visions of their feedings. Zoey's drugs intrigued the Queen. The Queen stole them and took the entire bottle. Once the drug took effect, she stepped out into the Daylight. Although she the drug wore off quickly, it still worked. Clearly the Queen would eventually find a way to complete the ceremony or obtained a supply of drug. Either way a Queen who could walk in Daylight too much of a threat. She had to be destroyed, at any cost. At the movie's climax Derek infected himself with Vampire Blood. Which allowed him to infiltrate the Vampire Lair. He and Zoey battled the Vamps and slew the Queen. In the epilogue Derek and Zoey were heading to Mexico City for more of the drugs. Their future was unclear. If the drug worked, they'd keep hunting. If it didn't they'd both turn. Either way it was clear they be staying by each others side.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great movie. Jon Bon Jovi's acting skills get better with each film he does. I enjoyed the interaction with the other charachters and the story line moved along at just the right pace.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jon Bon Jovi is a great actor and singer, but the female roles were pretty weak. As for the story plot, it was dull. The fighting and the action made up for that, but this is still not as good as the first one, with James Woods. i still give it 5 stars.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jon Bon Jovi is great he really is a great actor, the movie itself keeps you guessing. Jon Bon Jovi is really hot in the movie and there should be a sequel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
well...the movie wasen't strong but i like it alot coz it's Jon Bon Jovi's
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film has good actors, especially Jon Bon Jovi, who deserves bigger roles in most of the movies he appears in. This movie gave him his place, but, I must say, the story is not all so great, and neither was the acting of the females. I like that there were actual Mexican actors, who one can find acting in actual Mexican soaps. Most of the actors were great, except for the vampire and the other girl.
Guest More than 1 year ago
jon bon jovi was really great in this movie. also Diego Luna, he shows one more time hes excellent. keep going Diego.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie is great and so are the actors. Spot light for Jon Bon Jovi who has done such a great job as an actor. He surely deserves more rolls! He makes you forget he is that excellent singer we are used to see!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. I honestly watched it because of Jon Bon Jovi, and the fact that I watch all movies about Vampires. It moved well, and kept my attention. The actors/actresses were competent, although some were weaker than others. Overall I would watch it again and add it to my library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago