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Directed by  Matthew Hastings
Country of origin  Canada
Producer(s)  Gilles LaPlante
Director  Matthew Hastings
Written by  Matthew Hastings
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Theme music composer  Davor Vulama
Original language(s)  English
Initial release  8 May 2005
Production company  Lionsgate
Distributor  Lionsgate
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Starring  Dominic Zamprogna A.J. Cook Natassia Malthe
Cast  Natassia Malthe, A J Cook, Joe Lando, Dominic Zamprogna, Michael Ironside
Similar  Michael Ironside movies, Vampire movies, Science fiction movies

Bloodsuckers 2005

Bloodsuckers (a.k.a. Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe) is a 2005 television film by Daniel Grodnik Productions directed by Matthew Hastings and produced by Gilles Laplante. Featuring Natassia Malthe and Dominic Zamprogna as the premier protagonists working as vampire hunters in space.


Bloodsuckers trailer 2005


  • Joe Lando as Churchill
  • Dominic Zamprogna as Damian
  • Natassia Malthe as Quintana
  • Leanne Adachi as Rosa
  • Aaron Pearl as Roman
  • A. J. Cook as Fiona
  • Michael DeLuise as Gilles
  • Michael Ironside as Muco
  • David Palffy as Phleg
  • Elias Toufexis as Officer Brackish
  • Carrie Ann Fleming as Damian's wife
  • Charisse Baker as Woman
  • John DeSantis as Ble-Ka
  • Geoff Redknap as Worm Host Creature
  • Krista Bell as Roman's Mom
  • Jake Kaese as Young Roman
  • Daniel Bacon as Vorhee Lt. Pu
  • Steven McMichael as Vorhee #2
  • Mike Desabrais as Vorhee #3
  • Brett Armstrong as Dead IPC Officer
  • Mike Carpenter as Giant Beast
  • Peter DeLuise as Vondi the German Space Tourist
  • Production

    It was shot completely in Canada in the city of Vancouver and the province British Columbia.


    The soundtrack was composed by Croatian Pop artist Davor Vulama.

    Track list

  • "I Know" by Max Serpentini
  • "Ancient Daydream" by Malvado
  • "Like You Promised" by Long John Baldry
  • "Devil's Road" by King Karma
  • "I Need You" by Vibrolux
  • "I've Gone For A Ride" by Elevator To Hell
  • "Q's Cue" by Suzka & McMillan
  • "The Search" by El Mattador
  • "The Clock Thickens" by Gyr8 featuring The Psychosis Twins
  • "Lost" by Moneca Delain
  • "Slave Ship" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets
  • "Break Me Down" by James Murdoch
  • "I'm Listening" by King Karma
  • Release

    The film premiered on 8 May 2005 in France and was released in the US on the Sci-Fi Channel on 30 July 2005. It was released to DVD on 20 June 2006.


    Critical reception has been mixed. Dread Central criticized the film's vampires for not being "all that menacing or compelling" while also stating that "Bloodsuckers easily ranks one of the Sci-Fi Channels most entertaining original productions yet." DVD Talk shared similar sentiments, writing "Chock full of bad acting, ridiculously pulpy dialogue, and tons of sloppily satisfying gore, Vampire Wars is by all conceivable measures a pretty awful movie. But that doesn't mean I didn't have some fun with it!"


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