The city of Los Angeles is being terrorized by a serial killer who preys on youthful females and bleeds them dry after abusing them. With no calling card, no tangible forensic evidence and a growing list of victims, a specialty force made up of highly skilled authorities is called in. When one of their own goes in to trap the killer, will she come out alive, or will the killer have the upper hand?
Dragoncor Productions first feature film is the winner of Best Vampire
Film at the 2003 International Press Association’s Vampire Film
Festival. Fangoria Magazine says:
And Bruce Fletcher from the Another Hole in the Head Film Festival
Joe McKay thought the ordeal was behind him. His life was thousands of
miles and years away from the Delphi Project and its Vampire subject,
Simon Molinar. He was a respected doctor at the prestigious Walter Reed
Medical Center. He had a beautiful longtime girlfriend he planned to wed.
Even his relationship with FBI special Agent Ethan Saybrook had drifted to
friendship instead of handler and subject. Life was good. Though Joe still
could only sleep while in direct sunlight, life was good.
problem with sunlight, Joe, is that the sun goes down.” That soft,
cultured voice was not another nightmare. Simon Molinar was in his home.
In less than ten minutes, Joe was graphically shown that his life in D.C.
Had been a complete sham – even his beloved Sybil was about to betray
him. The Delphi Project had been reborn, and he was to be their star test
subject. Molinar had come to save his life, and for reasons Joe couldn't
explain in a million years, he believed him and left with him.
begins a peculiar alliance and a wild adventure. After barely escaping
capture, the pair go on the run to the universities and colleges that have
parts of the old Delphi research. Their plan is to expose enough of the
project to a public weary of frivolous government spending and discredit
it. Unfortunately, Ethan Saybrook is on their trail thinking he is
rescuing Joe from the Vampire. In
addition to evading capture and hunting for evidence on Delphi, the pair
often find themselves embroiled in other adventures. Some of them
involve...things...that worry even a vampire.
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Dr. Joe McKay
McKay, M.D. A
once troubled Doctor who was rebuilding his life when he gets a unique
opportunity to head a prestigious and secretive government project going
on at the Veterans' Hospital where he worked. What he finds is an
extensive and elaborate study of one individual that the Delphi Project
claims is a real vampire. It turns out to be true. However, Joe finds
there is a charming and engaging patient beneath that label. He becomes
increasingly uneasy with the experiments Molinar is forced to endure and
his hand in inflicting torment. He is also having trouble reconciling the
charming, well educated man with the vicious killer Molinar admits to
being. There is also the disturbing attachment Molinar is developing
toward him. It all comes to a head when the project director lures Joe
into the isolation chamber with an unrestrained Molinar intent on making
Joe his permanent companion in the project as Joe has the gene that makes
to Vampirism. Joe is spared when Molinar has an opportunity to
escape, but not before promising he will come back for Joe. The nightmare
seems to be over. And then it begins again with Molinar as his rescuer.
A nearly two thousand year old being who has seen and done almost
everything. His life was quite dull by his standards when he gets wind of
the Delphi Project. The idea of being studied intrigues him, so he sets
out to be found and captured. However, the capture and subsequent
treatments frighten and enrage him. And in the midst of these unfamiliar
emotions, Molinar finds himself growing attached to Joe McKay, the first
human being who has ever been kind to him while knowing exactly what he
is. When he realizes that Joe has the same gene as he does, the idea of
having such a funny and intelligent companion permanently greatly appeals
to him. He is even willing to bear Joe's wrath at being forced to change.
However, the chance at freedom is too important to pass up. Besides, he
knows he can come back for the doctor anytime. And he does, but
surprisingly, it's to rescue him.
Special Agent Saybrook enters the picture in the wake of Molinar's escape.
He is charged with protecting the traumatized Dr. McKay and debriefing him
for the official report. Saybrook moves McKay to Washington D.C. Where he
is to start a new life. Over the years, they become close friends. The
agent finds Joe to be one of the most personable people he's ever met.
He's appalled by what happened during the run of the Delphi Project and
shocked at the Bureau's role in it. In his mind Molinar is a continuing
threat to Joe's safety and sanity. Thus, he is dumbfounded by the fact
that Joe left his home willingly with Molinar and actively assisted him in
evading capture. That is, until he discovers that Delphi has restarted and
wants his friend as a test subject. Now, Ethan must balance Joe's safety
with the vampire versus his safety from Delphi. He decides to keep chasing
them while also aiding them in discrediting the project.