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Priest (2011)

In an alternate world, humanity and vampires have warred for centuries. After the last Vampire War, the veteran Warrior Priest lives in obscurity with other humans inside one of the Church's walled cities. When the Priest's niece is kidnapped by vampires, the Priest breaks his vows to hunt them down. He is accompanied by the niece's boyfriend, who is a wasteland sheriff, and a former Warrior Priestess.
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In an alternate world, humanity and vampires have warred for centuries. After the last Vampire War, the veteran Warrior Priest lives in obscurity with other humans inside one of the Church's walled cities. When the Priest's niece is kidnapped by vampires, the Priest breaks his vows to hunt them down. He is accompanied by the niece's boyfriend, who is a wasteland sheriff, and a former Warrior Priestess.

Rating:PG-13
Genre:Horror, Action, Thriller
Directed By:Scott Stewart
Written By:Cory Goodman, Min-Woo Hyung
In Theaters:5/13/2011
Box Office:$78,309,131
Runtime:87 minutes
Studio:Screen Gems, Stars Road Entertainment, Buckaroo Entertainment, Michael De Luca Productions, TOKYOPOP

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