Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth Info
Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth Review
Synopsis:Fleeing a cataclysm of unimaginable origin, Catherine Murnau finds herself trapped in a nightmare while...
Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth (2013) is an American horror movie that is 75 minutes long. Director Daniel Falicki (Devils in the Darkness (2013), GR30k (2010), Falling Horse (2012)) did an awesome job executing this movie. The movie contains major suspense, intense moments and a nice dialogue. There is not much action in this movie and religion is mentioned and referred to.
Catherine (April Basile) found what appeared to first be an abandoned warehouse that she sought shelter in after her hometown was under attack. She soon found two guards that are dead and a mummified looking figure. The figure is Aeon (Daniel E. Falicki - Devils in the Darkness (2013), GR30k (2010), Falling Horse (2012)) who is very alive and is the last of its kind. Scientists has kept Aeon in that warehouse for a long time so that they can conduct their research. The catastrophe in his surrounding environment has freed him from his captured state. Catherine now has to decide weather to face death in the warehouse or outside where mayhem is happening. She started to think about good and evil and what she had previously presumed to be after talking to Aeon, who is weak. Aeon however told Catherine that they only kill humans so that they can survive by feeding their hunger. Aeon justifies himself by stating that humans kill each other for worthless reasons and is destroying their planet. So is humans bad or are vampires bad? What is the meaning of life?
The movie was a great watch, and I would recommend it to fellow vampire lovers. I enjoy watching the majority of vampire movies and think this one is different from the ones I usually watch. Would you stay for an extended amount of time and chat with a weak vampire that we all know - drinks blood from humans? The actors all did a wonderful job with their roles. The lighting effects and set was okay. The cinematography was not great but just good. I will not watch this movie again although I liked it.
AKA: The Last Vampyre on Earth
Runtime: 75 minutes
Total Avg. Votes: 21
Writers: Warren Croyle, Ryan Lieske
Director: Daniel Falicki