Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust


Action / Adventure / Animation / Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery / Romance / Sci-Fi / Thriller / Western

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 72%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 25110


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Pamela Adlon as Leila
Dwight Schultz as Benge / Old Man of Barbarois
John DiMaggio as John Elbourne / Nolt / Mashira / Sheriff
Michael McShane as Left Hand
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755.6 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 43 min
P/S 6 / 17
1.55 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 43 min
P/S 2 / 26

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Tweekums 8 / 10

Solid, animated vampire hunting action

This film is set in the distant future in a world where vampires exist but their numbers are dwindling thanks to the actions of the Vampire Hunters.

When Charlotte, the daughter of the wealthy Elbourne family, is apparently kidnapped by the vampire Baron Meier Link her father hires vampire hunters to bring her back. One of the hunter is a dhampir, a half vampire, half human hybrid, known as 'D'. His chief competition are the Marcus brothers who work alongside a woman called Leila who has personal reasons for hating vampires. As the story progresses they will get into numerous fights against a variety of demonic creatures as each is determined to rescue Charlotte and collect the reward. It was never going to be easy but things get even more complicated when it becomes apparent that Charlotte left with Meier of her own free will because she is in love with him. As well as seeing various fights we learn of D's past and just what motivates Leila. It is also clear that not everybody is going to survive.

This is an exciting vampire anime. There is lots of action; this is well animated with plenty of proper movementÂ… no need to worry about various ways of depicting action that are relatively static that are all too often employed to save on the animation budget. The characters are interesting; it was more nuanced than just having evil vampires and heroic humansÂ… Meier is surprisingly sympathetic given that he is introduced as the villain. The film had a good look; lots of greys and browns and characters that looked fairly realistic for an animation. I must admit that when I picked this up I was a little disappointed to find it was dub only but when I started watching that didn't bother be at all; I think the voice cast did a fine job. Overall I'd certainly recommend this to fans of anime and vampires.

Reviewed by Irishmoviereviewer 1 / 10

The 1985 version is better really......

So after watching the 1985 version of Vampire Hunter D, I began to watch this one. I have to say I was really disappointed with this as a sequel! There was no flow to the story, the new characters were really annoying and the animation was giving me a headache. I just think they needed to give Vampire Hunter D a sequel because they thought the first one wasn't as popular as it should. In my personal opinion, I thought the first movie had the scare and dedication in it whereas this sequel had absolutely nothing for me to enjoy watching it.

I don't think this should have a IMDb rating of 7.8 and 62% positive mega score. If I was IMDb, I would give this a 5.2 rating and no mega score. Although the bonus is that this wasn't nominated or had won any awards. Really, it doesn't deserve anything in my opinion, I'm giving this a 1/10 rating. Disappointing...............

Reviewed by Eric Stevenson 9 / 10

Best vampire anime ever?

I admit to not being familiar with the "Vampire Hunter D" franchise. I keep mistaking it for Hellsing. I'm pretty sure I was thinking of that because I had different characters in my mind before watching this. That being said, it doesn't matter, because this is a great anime! What makes this so wonderful is probably how gorgeous the artwork is. I mean, this looks outright beautiful! The colors are wonderfully bright and there's so much movement going on. The plot's pretty basic as it's explained right away. A vampire hunter known only as D is hired to rescue a woman from a vampire while rival bounty hunters try to get her first.

The creativity is great in this movie. I especially like the woman with the tree powers. They really do utilize her to her full potential. Near the end, it gets weird because we start to be caught up in a world of illusions. It does all make sense at the end. Every single character looks unique and we get to see some great creatures like the demon horses. It's certainly not for children. It's interesting to see the woman actually fall in love with the vampire who kidnaps her! They do have an interesting relationship. I admit the dialogue can get weak at times, but it's still mostly good. I especially like seeing Leela and D interact. It's joked that they're a couple, but they don't become one. I need to get over Dipcifica. ***1/2

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