Stake Land (2010) Movie Review

Stake Land (2010)

2010 | R | Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama
98 minutes /

User Score: 94/100

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Stake Land Review


Martin was a normal teenage boy before the country collapsed in an empty pit of economic and political disaster...

Martin was once a normal teenager before the vampire epidemic swept across the country. Now the U.S. has turned into something like the old western movies. Desolate towns that are long abandoned and people seeking any kind of nutrition and life away from these monsters. Along comes Mister, a death dealing rogue vampire hunter with great skill. Together Martin and Mister butcher any vampire in their way and use their teeth as money. Canada is the New Eden where the plague has not spread. They travel together to get there picking up stragglers on the way.

If the scary monster vampires were not enough to fight off, they must also fight off Neo-Nazi type humans who are just as evil to the core. Martin and Mister take us on a great journey into their world and you actually find yourself wishing that they make it to the New Eden, Canada.

About Stake Land (2010)

Title: Stake Land
Year: 2010
Runtime: 98 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama
Score: 3.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 4.7/5 stars from 17 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 17
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Larry Fessenden, Danielle Harris, Nick Damici, Graham Reznick, Heather Robb, Robin Williams, Michael Murphy, Asa Liebmann, Lou Sumrall, James Godwin, Alexis Molnar, Marianne Hagan, Stuart Rudin, Laurent Rejto, Michael Cerveris, Jack Fessenden, Sean Nelson, Chance Kelly, Bryce Burke, Sarah Hagakorz, Robert Bishop, Geoff Samuels, Sage Byron, Shawn Snow, Amanda Williams, Chris DeCicco, Dave Hartman, Brandon Spano, Stanley A. Kijeh, Traci Hovel
Writers: Nick Damici, Jim Mickle
Director: Jim Mickle

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