Vampires: Los Muertos (2002)

Movie"Evil Knows No Borders"
Audience Score
54
Tough-as-nails vampire hunter Derek Bliss is on the hunt for "suckers" in the heart of Mexico when he receives a new assignment from a mysterious client. Thrown together with a group of slayers, including sexy Zooey, who may or may not be one of the undead. Derek and company are up against a growing number of fast-moving, bloodthirsty vampires and their elusive and powerful leader.

Vampires Collection

Vampires, also known as John Carpenter's Vampires, is a 1998 American western-horror film directed and scored by John Carpenter. Adapted from the novel Vampire$ by John Steakley, the film stars James Woods as Jack Crow, leader of a Catholic Church-sanctioned team of vampire hunters. The plot is centered on Crow's efforts to prevent a centuries-old cross from falling into the hands of Valek, the first and most powerful vampire. Two sequels followed: Vampires: Los Muertos in 2002 and Vampires: The Turning in 2005.

Movie Details

Theatrical Release:September 24th, 2002
Movie Box Office Gross:$429,189 (Worldwide)
Original Language:English
Executive Producers:John Carpenter
Production Companies:Storm King Productions, Destination Films