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Dead Serious

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  • Dead Serious
  • Author: Michael J. Hein and Joe Sullivan
  • Director: Joe Sullivan
  • Producer: Michael J. Hein
  • Year: 2005
  • Country: US
  • 85 minutes
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A religious zealot and his terrorist cult take over a gay bar in New York City. Their plan is to remove the scourge of homosexuality from the planet. But little do they realize that when the natural order is tampered with, the wrath of the undead is awakened. Now a group of unlikely heroes must fight to survive the night and save the city.

Qvamp says:

A great film with a very strange premise, linking gay bars, terrorists, anti-gay conversions and vampires.

A great feature of this film is that the ultra-cool and masculine hero is a gay guy, and his comic-relief sidekick is straight.

Overall this film is fun to watch, and says some fairly powerful things about religion and the church's anti-gay sentiments.

For a somewhat low-budget gay vampire flick, this is enjoyable and highly recommended.

We are looking for a copy of this. If you own one and want to get rid of it, let us know!

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