Priest is a 2011 American action horror film directed by Scott Stewart and stars Paul Bettany as the title character. It is loosely based on the Korean comic of the same name by Hyung Min-woo. In an alternate universe, humanity and vampires have warred for centuries. After the last Vampire War, a veteran Warrior Priest lives in obscurity until his niece (Lily Collins) is kidnapped by vampires.
A centuries-long war between humans and vampires has devastated the planet's surface and led to a theocracy under an organization called The Church. Despite the vampires' vulnerability to sunlight, and all of mankind's technological advances, the vampires' greater strength and speed made them impossible to defeat until humanity sheltered them in giant walled cities and trained a group of elite warriors, the Priests, which turned the tide.
|editor||Lisa Zeno Churgin|
|genre||action animation fantasy horror live-action thriller|
|keywords||abandon air pollution ambush armored train armoured train battle begin capture church crucifixion crucify end force human infect kidnap kill massive clouds of smoke and ash morning open pathogen railroad track reservation scream shelter shock sunlight survive theocracy train engine turn wound|
|producer||Joshua Donen Michael DeLuca Mitchell Peck|
|productionCompany||DMG Entertainment Screen Gems Tokyopop|
|publisher||Sony Pictures Releasing|
|recordedAt||California Long Beach Los Angeles|
|theme||3d cyberpunk dystopian monster movie post-apocalyptic vampire|