Bringing the Vampire Genre to the ’60s…

Set in Nuovo Zelandia, Glenn Standring’s vampire myth entitled The Perfect Creature is given a stylish 1960s treatment, where a human cop partners with a vampire cop to stop another vampire bent on creating a war between the two “separate but equal” races. 20th Century Fox has picked up the film for US distribution, read on for details…
According to the Hollywood Reporter:

20th Century Fox is set to acquire Glenn Standring’s edgy vampire film “Perfect Creature,” sources close to the deal confirmed Thursday. The deal is not only the largest sale ever made of a New Zealand film but also marks the first time a U.S. studio has acquired a picture from the compact market. With the country on a roll from Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, the worldwide success of Niki Caro’s “Whale Rider” and Jackson’s highly anticipated adaptation of “King Kong” due at Christmas, “Perfect Creature” looks to be the country’s next highly commercial international release.

Source: Hollywood Rpeorter