Vampires: The Turning
Vampires: The Turning is a 2005 martial arts vampire film directed by Marty Weiss and starring Colin Egglesfield, Stephanie Chao and Patrick Bauchau. The film is the third and final installment of the Vampires film series although John Carpenter who directed the first film and produced the second film had no involvement with this film which is unrelated to the previous two films.
For many centuries, the phi song neng (vampires who have vowed never to drink human blood) have lived among the villages of the Far East. One day over 800 years ago, a young human warlord named Niran fell in love with one of the song neng, a woman named Sang. Niran wanted Sang for his own, so he killed her husband and son. In her pain and rage, Sang attacked and bit Niran during a Songkran (New Year) solar eclipse, turning him into a vampire.
|author||Andy Hurst D.B. Farmer|
|keywords||archeological dig attack box build drink end far east fight help hunt infect jump kill muay thai new year nice guy rid run shoot snoop solar eclipse test turn vampire slayer want win|
|producer||Carol Kottenbrook Scott Einbinder|
|theme||martial arts sequel vampire|