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Apart from the Underworld movies, there aren’t a whole lot of films where vampires and werewolves duke it out. At least now we’ve got a new short one to help quench the thirst.

Seize the Night, from director Emma Dark, has just made its way online for your viewing pleasure, and we have it for you right here.

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Horror lovers will be pleased to hear that the highly anticipated vampires vs. werewolves action-horror hybrid SEIZE THE NIGHT is now available to watch online… for free!

SEIZE THE NIGHT has been one of the most talked about short films on the independent horror scene over the past year. In its time on the festival circuit, the film has won creator Emma Dark an MMBF Rising Star award at Ireland’s The Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival; garnered favourable reviews from a multitude of respected genre websites including Dread Central, Starburst, and UK Horror Scene; and was featured in comprehensive national print articles in the UK’s leading horror magazine Scream and indie filmmaking favourite Digital Filmmaker Magazine. Wearing many hats on the project, up-and-coming female filmmaker Emma Dark produced, directed, and edited the film, as well taking a starring role.

The plot revolves around renegade vampire assassin Eva (Dark), who’s recently escaped from a secret bio-research compound and is hell-bent on taking revenge against those who put her there, including a pack of werewolves led by alpha Tobias (Carey Thring) and a secret government faction known only as Cable 9.

SEIZE THE NIGHT’s ambitious fight scenes were coordinated by semi-retired Hollywood stunt man Roy Scammell, who amongst a plethora of credits is responsible for fight coordination and stunt work on many of the James Bond films, Alien (1979), A Clockwork Orange (1971) and Superman (1978). The film is further enhanced with digital visual effects from up and coming VFX artist Davy Simmons and a unique score from US based composer Eric Elick.

Emma had this to say about the film’s release “After a very successful stint on the festival circuit and a lot of media and critic support it’s finally time to press the button and unleash SEIZE THE NIGHT upon the world! Myself and my cast and crew have put an absolutely incredible amount of work into the film so I do hope it’s well received, and that it does it’s part for raising awareness of female directors and filmmakers in a typically male dominated space.

There’s more to come with a limited DVD release for those who want to have their own copy of the film, and a whole host of behind the scenes extras I’ll be posting up over the coming weeks. Until then I hope everyone enjoys watching SEIZE THE NIGHT.”

seize the night - Watch Now: Vampires vs. Werewolves Short Film Seize the Night

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