Vampire Clan

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Overview

Director John Webb and screenwriter Aaron Pope translate the true-life story of a Florida family murdered in 1996 into a low-budget horror/crime film in their 2002 production Vampire Clan. The parents of two teenaged young women are found ritualistically murdered and the family's community is sent into an uproar with rumors of Satanic worship occurring in their midst. The authorities quickly track down the culprits behind the murders -- a group of teens that believe they are vampires -- and make the horrific ...
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Overview

Director John Webb and screenwriter Aaron Pope translate the true-life story of a Florida family murdered in 1996 into a low-budget horror/crime film in their 2002 production Vampire Clan. The parents of two teenaged young women are found ritualistically murdered and the family's community is sent into an uproar with rumors of Satanic worship occurring in their midst. The authorities quickly track down the culprits behind the murders -- a group of teens that believe they are vampires -- and make the horrific discovery that one of the teens is one of the victims' daughters. As the police piece together the evidence, the daughter recalls the details revolving around her involvement with this group of so-called vampires and how the Charles Manson-like leader of the group chooses his followers. Vampire Clan received its premiere screening at the 2002 Dances With Films Festival.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Scene selections; Trailer; Spanish subtitles
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/22/2005
  • UPC: 687797607997
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:27:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Drew Fuller
Alex Breckenridge
Alex Breckinridge
Timothy DePriest
Marina Black
Kelley Kruger
Richard Gilliland
Larry Dirk
Mimi Craven
David Wells
Technical Credits
John Webb Director
Kristian Bernier Cinematographer
Terri Breed Editor
Elie Cohn Producer
Guy M. Harrington Score Composer
Bryce Holtshousen Production Designer
John Langley Executive Producer
Maggie Langley Executive Producer
Niklas J. Palm Costumes/Costume Designer
Aaron Pope Screenwriter
Keith Walley Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Vampire Clan
1. Main Titles [4:18]
2. Disconnected [4:46]
3. Vampire [2:49]
4. Crime Scene [3:27]
5. Full Confession [3:48]
6. Vampire Hotel [3:08]
7. Cutting Class [5:23]
8. Worst Time [1:53]
9. Leave Tonight [4:44]
10. Say Goodbye [5:30]
11. Breaking In [3:50]
12. Get in the Car [4:27]
13. Make Them Stop [3:37]
14. Bad Idea [3:54]
15. Going Back [4:05]
16. Need the Strength [5:30]
17. Wake Up [3:44]
18. The Truth [3:00]
19. Feel Better [2:54]
20. I Don't Know [1:13]
21. Big Trouble [2:14]
22. Waiting [5:47]
23. End Credits [2:44]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Vampire Clan
   Feature
   Trailer
   Scenes
   Subtitulada en Español: Prendido
   Subtitulada en Español: Apagado
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Low budget but Interesting...

    This is definitely your basic low budget indie film, but it does have some interesting moments. If you've ever encountered real-life vampyre wannabes, this doesn't hit too far off the mark. The acting wasn't god-awful, but you won't get any academy nods either. All in all, it's a decent way to kill some time.

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