Bitten (film)

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Bitten FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Harv Glazer
Produced by Robert Wilson
Written by Tim McGregor
Tyler Levine
Starring Jason Mewes
Erica Cox
Richard Fitzpatrick
Nic Nac
Stuart Stone
Jordan Madley
Music by Stu Stone
Cinematography Simon Shohet
Edited by Ron Wisman Jr.
Distributed by Albatros Film (Japan)
Nexeed (Japan)
LK-TEL (Argentina)
Paramount Home Entertainment (Australia)
Release dates
  • 29 June 2008 (2008-06-29)
Running time
60 minutes
Country Canada
Language English
Budget CAD 2,500,000 (est.)

Bitten is a 2008 low budget black comedy vampire film that stars Jason Mewes, as a paramedic who rescues Danika, a female vampire, from an alley way.


Jack, a paramedic, is frustrated with his life after he breaks up with his girlfriend. He discovers a girl (Danika) in an alley way covered in blood, clinging to life. Jack takes Danika in and soon discovers that she is a vampire.

Jack and Danika try to find a way to feed her cravings to drink blood while killing as little as possible. All their attempts end without success because a vampire needs fresh human blood. Jack also must find places to hide the bodies in his apartment, including the body of his ex-girlfriend, who had gone to his apartment to reclaim several of her possessions before Danika had bitten and killed her. Jack discovers upon his ex-girlfriend's corpse reanimating into a vampire (and having to kill her when she attacks him in a rage) that only a stab to the heart will kill a vampire.

When Danika becomes more violent, killing several people, including a young woman, Jack is forced to kill her with the help of his paramedic co-worker and friend, who stabs Danika in the heart while she attacks Jack, and succeeds in killing her, but not before Jack is bitten, leaving Jack's fate to be unknown during the final credits and an out-take sequence. However, we then see that Jack has become a vampire, apparently cared for by his co-paramedic, who is feeding him from a dish of blood.



It aired on Sci Fi Channel on March 15, 2009[1] and was released on DVD on July 6, 2010.[2]


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