How About a Movie About Vampire Hunters In a World Without Vampires?

By  · Published on February 17th, 2011

Consider originality celebrated for the day. Michael Stephenson, director of Best Worst Movie, has got his next project underway, and it’s a dark comedy called Destroy that features a vampire hunter set loose in a world where he’s taking down innocent elderly men.

Well, not completely innocent. Old men have seen some things, ya know?

Luckily, our human-staking hero has an assistant to help him out. Fans of the Alamo Drafthouse will be interested to know that the script was written by lead programmer Zack Carlson alongside Bryan Connolly, but the concept is enough to get me excited. It’s comedic and horrible and new, and it sounds like Don Quixote transplanted onto the world of Universal monsters. Plus, it comes at the perfect time to act as an antidote to the vampire outbreak we’ve seen in theaters.

Check out the concept art by Johnny Sampson here:

Why does that look like a young Dan Aykroyd?

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