A Scott Shaw Zen Film
Blood Red in Black & White
Vampire Noir is docudrama thriller that finds Vampire Hunter, Jedediah "Waco" Diesel (Scott Shaw) saving his friend, Diamond (Kevin Thompsons), who makes his living as a pimp, from the grasp of a seductive vampire (Marciya K. Lau) only to find out that Diamond is a cold-blooded psycho killer.
Vividly filmed, in Black & White, AT NIGHT, in Hollywood and San Francisco, California.
Vampire Noir stars Scott Shaw, Kevin Thompson, Marciya K. Lau and Sedreana Saldana.
Actress and Filmmaker Hae Won Shin makes a special appearance in this film.
When Vampire Noir was originally released there was so much discussion about the origin of the various characters that instead of making an entirely new film, Scott Shaw decided to film additional scenes, reedit the movie, and release a new longer version of the film revealing the source of the various character's motivations. He titled this version, Vampire Black: Trail of the Dead.
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You can also take a more expansive look into the background of the central characters of this film in the longer, reedited version: Vampire Black: Trail of the Dead.
There is a great book, presented in Portuguese, that has been released titled, Mais Vampiros No Cinema. This book discusses Vampire Cinema. The author, Ricardo Massato Miura, details some of the Vampire Based Zen Films created by Scott Shaw, including Vampire Noir within its pages, along with a lot of other great films.
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