Vampires (1998)

Vampires (1998)
Jack Crow has spent his life as a vampire slayer. But, when his team is killed, Jack realizes he’s in the fight of his life against the master vampire, Valek, and those who are helping him. With the help of his friend, Montoya, and Father Guiteau, the trio use the bitten Katrina to track down Valek before he accomplishes his mission—to walk in the daylight. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 1998’s “Vampires”.

· At the beginning of the movie, the team is getting their weapons together before attacking the house. Montoya is seen standing to the left of Catlin when he’s putting the belt of bullets around him. A moment later, Montoya is shown stepping out of the truck and hands Jack his crossbow.

· As the team is approaching the house, Catlin, who’s to the right of Jack, is holding the silver spear in his left hand. He’s still holding it in his left hand when they’re walking. In the close-up view of the spear, Catlin is holding it in his right hand as they step on the porch.

· Jack returns to the motel to take care of the bodies after the team is killed by Valek. Jack is shown taking the heads of his team members. The girls who were at the party are shown on the floor with their heads intact before Jack sets fire to the hotel. However, a few moments later, the news report indicates that all bodies were decapitated.

· Father Guiteau is talking to Jack in the vehicle and mentions the Sacrament of Confession. Jack is annoyed and pulls the vehicle to the side of the road. A view of Father Guiteau inside the vehicle shows him falling over, into the floor, toward Jack. An outer view of the vehicle stopping shows Father Guiteau still sitting upright in his seat.

“Vampires” (1998) stars James Woods, Daniel Baldwin, Sheryl Lee, Thomas Ian Griffith, Maximillian Schell, Tim Guinee, Mark Boone Junior, Gregory Sierra and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa. It runs 108 minutes and is rated R for strong vampire violence and gore, language and sexuality.

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