Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter
|Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter|
|Directed by||Lee Demarbre|
|Written by||Ian Driscoll|
|Music by||Graham Collins|
|Edited by||Lee Demarbre|
|Distributed by||Odessa Filmworks, Inc.|
Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter is a 2001 cult film from Odessa Filmworks which deals with Jesus' modern-day struggle to protect the lesbians of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, from vampires with the help of Mexican wrestler El Santo (based on El Santo, Enmascarado de Plata, and played by actor Jeff Moffet, who starred as El Santo in two other Odessa Filmworks productions).
Time's Richard Corliss panned the film, finding that "the comedy is slack, the song lyrics feeble, the pace torpid". Ken Eisner of Variety took a more neutral view, finding that "the film is too silly to offend". Jason Nolan of The Harrow deemed the production "horridly wonderful", although uneven, noting that "[w]ith a film like this, you want it to be bumpy". Film Threat's Eric Campos gave the film a generally positive review.
- "Slamdance 2002 Film Festival". Slamdance 2002. 11–19 January 2002. Archived from the original on 20 July 2003.
- Corliss, Richard (29 February 2004). "Jesus Christ Movie Star". Time. Retrieved 14 October 2010.
- Eisner, Ken (10 May 2002). "Review: Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter". Variety. Retrieved 2008-01-19.
- Nolan, Jason (2004). "Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter (review)". The Harrow. Archived from the original on 12 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-01-29.
- Campos, Eric. "Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter (review)". Film Threat. Retrieved 14 October 2010.
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