Death Hunter

Synopsis: When his wife is abducted by a group of blood-thirsty Vampires, John Croix is left to die in a forgotten region of the desert. It is here where an unspeakable evil exists. Now, by no choice of his own, Croix will come face-to-face with the most terrifying creatures of the night. Still a man, but possessing all the strength and power of a werewolf when the moon is out, Croix becomes a reluctant hero for mankind when he learns that his wife may still be alive. Croix sets out on a mission to rescue his wife - venturing deeper and deeper into the Vampire's lair- in his quest to save her before she is lost to the world of the undead forever.
Genre: Horror

That's what I'm talking about.

Oh yeah.


Did you bring the protection?


- What?

Did you bring the protection?

Protection -- of course I did.

I mean, at least I

think I did.

You think?!


Go find it.

C'mon baby,

just one more time.

I'm serious, Billy.

Oh my God. Sandra, just...

No protection...

No ticky ticky.

Alright, alright. I'm on it.

Just stay here.

I'll be right back.

(Singing to himself)

Gonna have a good old time.




Coming, baby.

Oh, alright.

Sorry about the hassle.

E-Z Wrap.

Oh no.


Bingo. Yes.

Alright. Yes.

Sorry about that. I --



Sa -- Sandra...

If this is a joke,

it isn't funny!


(Panicked whimpering.)




(Tires squealing)




Looking for me?


Woo! YEAH!

That's what I'm

talking about, baby!

It's all me right here!

(Grunting and panting)






Do me a favor.

What's that?

The next time I let you

talk me into taking

a shortcut...



Look around. Do I

need to elaborate?

What's wrong?

It's the fuel light.


We were coming down

here to camp.

Yeah, to rent a cabin

in a national forest,

family and a public restroom,

so I can take a hot shower

and go shopping kind of camping.

Not breaking down in the

middle of nowhere

with no working compass,

no cell phone,

so I'd end up coyote bait

kind of camping.


We'll find a cell

zone eventually.

When we do,

we'll get some help.

Is that before, or after we

walk 100 miles in a circle?

Okay, listen.

This isn't exactly how I

envisioned our anniversary

weekend either.


Calm down.

I'm just kidding.

I'm sure we're gonna

come up on something.

And besides,

We can look at it on

the bright side.

We are definitely...

going to have...

some quality...

alone time together.

Just you and me.


Hey. I think I see something.


- Right up ahead.

See, I told you we were

gonna come up on something.

I hope they have a phone.

Or better yet,

maybe some gas.



What do you think?

It looks creepy.

Yeah. You would too if you

were out in the desert

for 40 years.

It's 3AM.

Do you think anybody's around?

I dunno.

There's only one

way to find out.

Wait wait wait!

- What?

Don't you remember

that movie, Motel Hell?

What's that for?

Y'know, I didn't see

Motel Hell, but...

Wolf Creek scared the

crap out of me.

Alright. I'm gonna

go check it out.

Hey hey hey...


We go together.








Oh. Welcome to Shamus's.

That'd be me.

What can I get for you?

We're kinda lost.

You don't say.

And we could use some gas.

Do you know where

we could find any?

You hear that, everyone?

He could use some gas.

Sorry, my friend.

You came to the wrong place.

The nearest station's

a good 50 miles from here.

Yes ma'am.

That's a lot of

tumble weeds,

if I do say so myself.

That gas pump over there...

Hasn't been used for 25 years.

The fellas here would

rather have me fill

their beer mugs...

... than their gas tanks.

You see, in these parts...

it's either feast...

or famine.

If I were you,

I'd take a seat.

We'll get a rig out here

tomorrow with enough gas.

To get you into town.

We're open all night.


They're on the house.

Little something to...

... keep up the

good will in ya.

You hear that, honey?

They're on the house.

How nice.


Well, captain?

What are we gonna do now?

I don't think we have

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