Empress Vampire

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Empress Vampire
Directed by Phil Condit
Produced by Ange Maya
Phil Condit
Written by Phil Condit
Ange Maya
Starring Ange Maya
Tom Cochran
Beau Nelson
Laura Cotenescu
Garrett Brawith
Music by Douglas G. Tidstrand
Cinematography Phil Condit
Paul Gardner
John Austin
Editing by Phil Condit
Release dates
  • April 27, 2012 (2012-04-27)
Country United States
Language English
Chinese

Empress Vampire (Chinese: Huang Hou Xi Xue Gui) is an American horror film produced in 2009 and released in 2012. The film is directed by Phil Condit and stars Ange Maya, Tom Cochran, Beau Nelson, Laura Cotenescu, and Garrett Brawith.[1]

Cast[edit]

  • Ange Maya as Empress Vampire, Aleta, Empress Yang, Grand Empress Dowager Yang
  • Tom Cochran as Arthur Hayes
  • Beau Nelson as Dan Higgins
  • Laura Cotenescu as Ariana
  • Garrett Brawith as Ivor Helsing

Also appearing in the film are James Karroum as Monk, Zachary Ryan Block as Joerg Von Helsing, Jake Jacobs as Jim Thornton, Megan Cordero as Trish, and J. C. Achilles as Chinese Emperor. Other actors include Katherine Hynes, Tina Tanzer, Rachael Owens, Gary Private, Dillon C. McCarty, Beverly Swanson, Shanna Beauchamp, Daniella Love, Clint Jung, Chad Curtis Wood, Martin Bell, Britt Prentice, Rik Baron, Betty Sindayen, Sonam Arvind Dhage, Andrea Ellsworth, Jesse Wang, Don Chao, Aoni Ma, Stephanie Lopez.[2]

Production[edit]

The independent film was produced by Ange Maya Pictures and Sick Puppy Pictures. Ange Maya, who played Hathor's Handmaiden in Blood Scarab, began pre-production in August 2008 with director, co-producer, and co-writer Phil Condit. The production ended in August 2009 after a total of 30 filming days. The film, which includes passages in Mandarin with English subtitles, will be edited to R-rating standards.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Movie Empress Vampire Official WebSite". EmpressVampire.com. Retrieved 2010-02-20. 
  2. ^ a b "Empress Vampire Movie - press releases". EmpressVampire.com. 2009-08-16. Retrieved 2010-02-20. 

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