|release date||July 11 2006|
|director||Christopher Abram, Michael W. Brown|
|writer||Christopher Abram, Michael W. Brown|
|starring||Susana Gibb, Reece Rios, Natalie Jones, Christopher Abram, Michael W. Brown|
|tagline||No One Is Safe!|
Synopsis"AFTER SUNDOWN" is an action-packed story of a young woman who uncovers a dark secret. She is plunged into a gory battle with a predatory vampire from the American Old West, who has the power to create undead zombie slaves that assist him on his search for his vampire offspring. With the help of Texas locals, the woman wages the good fight in a wild clash of vampires and zombies, sending the evil creatures straight to Hell!
Sometimes, a film comes along that just makes you sit up and scratch your head. I often find that such a film is followed by one of two thoughts. Generally those musings are either, Wat were the filmmakers thinking? –or– Alright, that one thought pretty much sums it up. What it doesn’t entail is all the underlying possibilities behind the contemplation. After Sundown highlights a specific subsection of that class – we’ll call it the too much information/too little focus film – and it’s frustrating as hell. …Read More