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'Savage Creatures' [DVD + Digital]
(Kelly Brown, Victoria Steadman, Ryan Quinn Adams, et al / DVD + Digital / NR / 2020 / Mill Creek Entertainment)

Overview: Two vampires realize their food source is in jeopardy when alien creatures land on earth causing humans to become rabid zombies.

They must battle cannibals, gun toting nuns, aliens and the undead if they want to save the world.

DVD Verdict: Featuring a superb blend of both practical FX alongside (seamlessly, at some moments) modern day digital enhancements, 'Savage Creatures' not only shocks and rocks you, but comes complete with some humor to tickle your horror bones too!

On the eve of Judgement Day, predatory cannibals abduct two young vagabond women harboring a shocking secret - they are ancient Vampires.

Following a bloody clash, the Vampires are suddenly confronted with an apocalyptic crisis as soul-stealing alien creatures invade and attack humanity, turning their victims into flesh eating Zombies!

The forces of evil collide in a cataclysmic battle for dominance here in 'Savage Creatures' and with a juicy plot like that, what else could you possibly hope for? Oh, you want a double fisted, gun-toting Nun shooting at anything that comes her way? Sure, ok, they throw that in too!

I lost count of the number of shots that were fired throughout the film, of how many heads got capped, of how many necks got bitten, but that's because I wasn't bored and focused on them!

Guts are pulled, aforementioned necks are bitten, shots are fired off like party poppers and yes, for all you horrorphiles out there, the blood spurts and flows in an overwhelming amount! This is a Widescreen Presentations (1.85:1) and enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the Special Features of:

Director Commentary
Behind The Scenes
VFX Breakdown