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Black Water Vampire

3.2 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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A group of young documentary filmmakers set off to uncover the true story behind the Black Water murders, a series of brutal killings where women were found dumped in the woods, savagely slain, with their mutilated bodies completely drained of blood. In an attempt to exonerate the man accused of the crimes, they journey into the wilderness where the deaths occurred and find themselves face to face with a form of evil they could have never imagined. What began as a mission to save a wrongly convicted man turns into a battle for their own lives.

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  • Actors: Bill Oberst Jr., Danielle Lozeau, Andrea Monier, Anthony Fanelli, Robin Steffen
  • Directors: Evan Tramel
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: January 21, 2014
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FMGPWX2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,370 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Dr. Tom's Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWERAUTHOR on February 22, 2015
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I just watched this one, twice. This is one of those found footage b-movies that walks a fine line between being a decent horror film and a cheesy microbudget disaster. Honestly, I understand why this movie has such a rare wide-ranging disparity in reviews.

It starts out identically to all found footage, kids-investigating-a-mystery-in-the-wilderness films. That said...

Where this film succeeds 1.) camera work, and 2.) acting. The actual HD quality was excellent, but more importantly the framing of shots, etc, was really well done. In addition, there is actually some quality acting. In fact, I think the actors were just handed some truly lame dialogue, which really handicapped them as far as what they had to work with. As a result, the characters often presented as a dry reading from a lousy script. Good job, though, to three of the four leads: "Rob," "Andrea," and especially "Anthony," who did a great job for the first 75% of the film. Danielle, the lead, was oddly inconsistent and the role probably would have been better placed in the hands of a more experienced actress. Too often she comes off as not having practiced her lines enough and too often was either stilted, overacting, but ultimately just wasn't believable. The "townies" were notably hit and miss, talent-wise - "Sally Barnham" and "John Miller" are old pros, for example, while the others ranged from decent to c-movie-horrible.

Where this film fails 1.) dialogue, 2,) acting, 3) directing, and 4) a total lack of scares, thrills, and chills. The dialogue is easily the worst part of this film, and the screenwriter seemed to hsve locked himself in a room and written dialogue that looks good on paper but doesnt translate as "real" when put in the hands of the actors.
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OK, so ya got me. A cheesy joke but I couldn't resist. The found footage medium was very well done. It was almost like it wasn't in the production sense. You got a bird's eye view, not the POV of whoever was holding the camera. In time, I don't think I will remember this as a 'found footage film' because its execution is quite different from what those typically look like. The production values were very good. And the vampire was cool! I really liked the look. I also appreciate the "Racing With the Devil" angle. I won't spoil it by spelling it out. The acting was fine. Nothing really to complain about. A very good way to spend the time. This Horror Junkie gives it an A.
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By jm on January 21, 2014
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personally, theres so many found footage these days that its gotten really annoying, but every now and then one comes out that is actually entertaining, I personally found this 1 to be descent, I enjoyed it more then the devils due, but found para. normal marked ones to be better, if your looking for great effects look elsewhere, but if you can handle the found footage genre then yes this 1 is worth the watch.
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This is a time when the 'found footage' style should have been left behind.

It's hard to understand why someone being attacked by a monstrous vampire continues to film.

It does have some interesting surprises. Some not so good - like when being attacked in the woods they four campers rush back into their tent - which seems to prevent the vampire attacking them. Apparently it's not strong enough to tear through the material, nor smart enough to simply unzip it.
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This movie is almost an exact copy of the "Blair Witch Project", from the interviews with locals in the beginning, to the telling of the local myth, the trek in the woods, the strange symbols on the trees, them getting lost and fighting about it, even to having someone fall in a stream an possibly ruin some equipment. Them also arguing about calling it quits, to someone going missing near the end, and all the way to the creepy ending in the cabin. So it is pretty much the entire movie is identical except that this one is vampires and "Blair Witch" of course was a witch.
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My review with contain spoilers. Don't read further unless you want the movie ruined for you.

The movie follows the Blair Witch plot a little too close for comfort. There are tales of murder, of cabins in the woods, remote town, strange symbols on the trees, fighting hikers, confession" video, lost map, etc.

The lead character is really annoying. Her acting is bad.

There are plot holes galore. One of the glaring ones is the lead is raped by the vampire. The next night she has the baby. Yep, it grew quick! But at the end of the film, they are giving the baby a one year old birthday party...and it's still an infant. The rate it grew in a day does not match the size of the baby at one year.

There were four young women murdered on December 21 over the past 40 years. One a year. But in this film, three people get murdered in one night.

Its supposed to be 18 degrees in winter. But they are spending 24 hours a day without hats or gloves and no sleeping bags.

I recommend you pass on this one.
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Found footage films are now routine and there are many ordinary examples but sometimes you stumble across a good one. Black Water Vampire falls into this category. It's another instance of a group of people heading off into the woods to solve some type of mystery. In this case, following the story of a number of young women who have been murdered in the Black Water region. As usual, there is no mobile phone coverage and once they get there, they get lost. It sounds ordinary, but the story is told well, the acting is good and the vampire is gradually revealed, has great makeup and is entirely creepy. There are elements of other, more famous horror films 'borrowed' from but I won't name the main contributor as it will spoil the ending. There's some good scenery, clever use of sound effects at the appropriate moments and all-round, this is great horror entertainment.
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