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The Perfect Breed

While scanning recent vampire flicks I came across The Perfect Breed, a vampire film that somehow passed my radar. Gasp! After doing a bit of research I’m surprised that the movie didn’t get more recognition, the story is interesting enough that it deserves a mention. So today we’re giving this unknown movie some Vampires.com lovin’!

From The Perfect Breed Facebook page:

The film tells the story about a clan of vampires struggling for survival of their race set against the back drop of the Civil War. Their lives are turned upside down when they take in a half breed human/witch and everything changes, forever.

Director: Scott Hansen.
Writer: Scott Hansen and Cyril Augustin.
Cast: Jessica Hutson, Ethan Marten, and Brandon Cordon.

Doesn’t sound too bad, I mean, you’ve got badass vampires, witches and history all in one, an excellent combination. But if you click that link above and take a look at The Perfect Breed Facebook page you may notice one big problem – they haven’t updated it since July 2010. Worse yet is that there is absolutely no info on where you can view the movie or if it even has been released or will be released. Their official website is no help either, all it has is a trailer and nothing more.

As for the trailer, it is actually a bit surprising. I full on expected this to be a low quality, low budget B-grade film, but the trailer shows that it’s a beautifully shot movie with some damn good special effects. So why in the world has The Perfect Breed not had more publicity? Maybe it’s a simple issue of no funding. That’s usually the case.

Check out the trailer:

This is definitely a movie I’d like to see. What about you guys? What are your thoughts on The Perfect Breed plot and the trailer? Let us know in a comment below.

– Moonlight

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Moonlight • March 6, 2011


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  4. Lord Feydark March 8, 2011 - 8:29 am Reply

    It interests me to an extent. Though I’m more into vampire lore than movies, I could see myself liking it.

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