Afflicted

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Intriguing horror with a terminal sick boy become a vampire and his transformation into an unstoppable bloodthirsty afflicted being.


A boy afflicted with an incurable blood disease decides to go on the last trip with his best friend.

A trip to enjoy the time he has left, making a terminal video diary to send to their parents.

Once in Europe, they travel from Spain to France, arriving in Paris to meet a group of friends.

During an evening of revelry, he meets a beautiful girl, then takes her to his room. His friends will later find him unconscious and injured as the girl runs away.

From that moment, he fearfully discovers is becoming a bloodthirsty afflicted being with supernatural strength and physical endurance.

Intriguing Point of View of a neo-vampire face with horror his transformation sowing death and destruction along his path.

Derek Lee is terrific in the terminally ill role who paradoxically becomes an immortal. The actor manages to be credible in the astonishment towards his friend and the fear about himself.

Also skilled Clif Prowse as his powerless shoulder to the sick friend and who will finally open his eyes to his real situation.

Compelling part for the beautiful and talented Baya Rehaz, an unusual benevolent vampire who chooses the suffering protagonist.

Condemned to eternal life by drinking blood forever, but choosing with care every single of her victims before the terminal transformation into a beast.

The two mentioned protagonists have also written and directed the movie with excellent technique.

Afflicted is a horror dark in tone and fast in pace, and with some impactful first-person action scenes.

A movie that may have escaped you over the years, that every lover of horror and POV must absolutely watch.

Intriguing horror with a terminal sick boy become a vampire and his transformation into an unstoppable bloodthirsty afflicted being.

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