Nosferatu made 100 years later
If the 2011 remake Fright Night (based on the 1985 movie, but starring Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell, David Tennant and Imogen Poots) were made today.
if was Blade rebooted.
A darker, bloodier, more emotionally intense reimagining of the popular TV show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." This will be a trilogy. This part mainly focuses on season two, but has elements of season one: Buffy Summers is a teenager who has otherworldly duties as a Slayer, a chosen girl who is born with skills to battle vampires, demons, and the forces of darkness. Once she moves to Sunnydale, a town in California that is not what it seems, her duties continue as a renegade vampire named Spike and his lover Druscilla unleash an army to combat the slayer. But Buffy ...
Two days after arriving in New York for college, Cal Thompson loses his virginity to a girl who picks him up. From this encounter Cal picks up an STD, but this is an unusual one: it turns its victims into "peeps"—parasite positives—raving cannibalistic monsters with unusual strength, night vision, heightened senses, and an affinity with rats. Cal himself turns out to be immune, but he's a carrier—he gets the strength and senses without the nasty side effects. But before he knows it he has infected others. Cal is recruited by the Night Watch, a secret government organization that has existed ...
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