The Vampires of Bloody Island

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The Vampires of Bloody Island
Directed byAllin Kempthorne
Production
company
Wibbell Productions
Distributed byThe Weird World of Wibbell
Release date
  • 3 August 2009 (2009-08-03) (Edinburgh Film Festival)
  • 13 August 2009 (2009-08-13) (United Kingdom)
Running time
107 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

The Vampires of Bloody Island is a 2009 British comedy horror film directed by Allin Kempthorne and starring Pamela Kempthorne.[1] The film also stars Oliver Gray, John Snelling and Leon Hamilton. The film was released in the UK at the cinema in August 2009. It was released on DVD in January 2010 several weeks ahead of its planned February release date due to an email campaign organised by fans of the film.[2] It was released on DVD in the US in June 2010.

The Vampires of Bloody Island features music from the bands Inkubus Sukkubus, Vampire Division, Fever, Theatres des Vampires, The Suburban Vamps and Corpse Nocturna. The title song is Place of the Dead by Vampire Division, which reached number one in the Goth Soundclick charts.

Plot[edit]

In her castle on an isolated Cornish island, vampire noblewoman Morticia de'Ath (Pamela Kempthorne) and her zombie henchman, Grunt (Leon Hamilton), work with alchemist Dr. N. Sane (John Snelling) to discover a cure to grant vampires immunity to sunlight. Caught up in her plans are two bickering office workers Kevin Smallcock and Susan Swallows, and old world vampire hunter Professor Van Rental.

Along the way they encounter werewolves, demons, a seductive trio of vampire girls in nightgowns and the story culminates in a woodland battle with 100 medieval vampire soldiers and their commanding officer, a fey green-skinned battle demon.

Cast[edit]

  • Allin Kempthorne as Kevin Smallcock
  • Pamela Kempthorne as Morticia de'Ath
  • Leon Hamiliton as Grunt
  • John Snelling as Doctor N. Sane

Screenplay[edit]

"The Vampires of Bloody Island, The Complete Movie Screenplay" by Allin Kempthorne and Pamela Kempthorne is available as an e-book on the Kindle and on Amazon in the USA, UK, France, Spain, Germany and Italy. The first 11 scenes can be read for free.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pamela Kempthorne on imdb".
  2. ^ "Horror Society".
  3. ^ "The Vampires of Bloody Island. The Complete Movie Screenplay on Amazon".

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