Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat


Comedy / Horror / Western

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 2154


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
August 07, 2018 at 01:36 PM



Bruce Campbell as Van Helsing
David Carradine as Mardulak
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904.84 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 3 / 1
1.69 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 3 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Andrew Benjamin 10 / 10

A funny comedy-horror movie

This movie I knew would be great from the start because it 1. was funny, 2. it was funny (really) and 3. Bruce Campbell is in it. This movie is great and don't know why the studios discontinued sales of it. If you can find this movie get it, you won't be disappointed.


Reviewed by Scott Andrew Hutchins 9 / 10

Has a charm and power lacking in most contemporary vampire films

Anthony Hickox skilfully blends a vampire story with a Western set in contemporary times, and plays it for laughs (but not for camp) allowing for more serious aspects to come through. Among these more serious aspects, which are treated that way, are an extramarital affair that has created serious resentment, and the condition of being a vampire. When Robert Van Helsing (hysterically played by Bruce Campbell) arrives in Purgatory, Mort is already in jail for murder, and Jefferson is planning a revolt against living on synthesized blood. Dressed as a pilgrim, he insists Count Mardulak is a traitor to his kind, while Mardulak counters that feeding on humans is so special to be in common with "the tapeworm, the flea, the fungus, that's how special vampires are." The twist ending shows who the real traitor to his kind is. Inept Van Helsing spares beautiful diner waitress Sandy so that she'll lead him to Mardulak, and starts to fall in love with her. Mardulak allows Sandy to bite him, and he wakes up with his cross burning his neck and screamin' at his lack of reflection! The fact that Dave Harrison must work with the man who seduced his wife while they were married creates some serious tensions, and Shane develops wood-tipped bullets to fight against Mardulak's so-called traitors. Deftly written, and lacking in the sadism of films like _From Dusk Till Dawn_, this film presents well developed, humorous characters, and everything seems to work, without ever turning camp.

Reviewed by angelynx-2 8 / 10

Harmonious combination of classic genres

This was a pleasant surprise - a charming vampire western that respects the genres (Western fans will love the classic John Ford-esque setting and epic soundtrack!) while maintaining both an action plotline and likeable, understandable characters. Bruce Campbell is hilarious as an over-the-top Van Helsing descendant (who goes thru a most unexpected change!), John Ireland is impressive as the rebel vampire leader and David Carradine is strong and dignified as the Count who keeps an ancient secret identity. Lots of human warmth and sympathy (Carradine's townful of Western vampires, drinking a synthetic blood substitute, yearns to be free of human predation and to someday live on equal terms with mankind) distinguishes this from many other modern vampire flicks; the Count's reaction upon feeling forgiven by God is genuinely moving. Even your non-horror-fan friends will like this one.

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