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Vampire Assassin

Vampire Assassin ★ 2005 (PG-13)

Martial artist Hall is a would-be triple threat in this dull vampire story in which he stars as Derek Washington, an ambitious cop who has a phobia about blood. Which is bad news when Derek realizes bad guy Slovak (Novak) is a bloodsucker. Derek teams up with vampire hunter Master Kao (Okamura) but soon figures out he may have to become what he hates in order to fight this evil. 87m/C VHS, DVD . Ron Hall, Mel Novak, Rudy Ray Moore, Gerald Okamura, Anthony Chow, Merry Everest; D: Ron Hall; W: Ron Hall; C: Ed Tillman. VIDEO

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