Habit

Habit

Directed by Larry Fessenden

A grief-stricken alcoholic falls hard for a seductive woman who may be a vampire in the film that put cult indie horror director Larry Fessenden (WENDIGO, THE LAST WINTER) on the map. After his father dies and his girlfriend leaves him, Sam (Fessenden) hits up a Halloween party, where he meets the beautiful Anna. But as their relationship gets more intense, Sam realizes she may be not quite human. But is that a problem? Fessenden’s innovative low-budget horror paved the way for the directors of films like V/H/S and other low-fi fright films of today.

A grief-stricken alcoholic falls hard for a seductive woman who may be a vampire.

Cast: Larry Fessenden, Meredith Snaider, Aaron Beall

Member Reviews

Good vampire movie, especially the ending, which was quite moving. This film definitely has something important to say about grief and addiction. But I give it 3.5 skulls because it is very slowly paced, and comes off more as a drama, rather than horror or thriller (at least until the end). Still recommended.

PhilipB
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1 week ago

Was slow

tashYoung
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2 weeks ago

yep that was a movie

loomingpresence
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3 weeks ago

Im not sure a better vampire movie exist... This is probably one of the 5 best films i've seen in the last 5 years. fuck this was a good movie...

clinthulhu
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3 weeks ago

Larry Fessenden could film a jar of mayonnaise for two hours, and it would probably still be good. The mayonnaise, that is, shelf life on that stuff is crazy. But what I'm trying to say is that Larry Fessenden only makes good movies, so you should watch them.

jmz
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4 weeks ago