Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

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Long a favorite with Japanimation aficionados, Vampire Hunter D is based on the third of Hideyuki Kikuchi's novels about a futuristic human-vampire hybrid warrior. In the year 12,090, vampires are the rulers of the night, something to which Vampire Hunter D is helping to put an end. After the daughter of a rich man is kidnapped by vampire Meier Link, Vampire Hunter D is hired for ten million dollars to find the girl and bring her back to safety.~ Rebecca Flint Marx, All Movie Guide


  • Andrew Philpot
  • John Rafter Lee
  • Pamela Adlon
  • Wendee Lee
  • Michael McShane
  • Julia Fletcher
  • Matt McKenzie
  • John DiMaggio
  • Alex Fernandez
  • Jack Fletcher

Did You Know?


  • The character Carmilla is based on the 1872 novel with the same name by Sheridan Le Fanu.
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    • Left Hand: I don't know about you, but man I sure miss that horse. What was his name?
    • [D doesn't respond]
    • Left Hand: Oh, oh the silent treatment, huh? Well I got two words for you: Heat Syndrome. Look, look, I know I'm a parasite, but haven't I always been a helpful parasite? Now you may not care if you die from heat, but becoming a piece of beef jerky is not a lifelong ambition of mine!
    • [still no response from D]
    • [resigned]
    • Left Hand: Yeah, well, what's the sound of one hand yapping?
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Beautiful, witty and provocative, this is one genre film that ought to appeal to fans and non-fans alike.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News

A genre pastiche that's fun to watch, although it's also frustrating.

Metacritic review by Steven Rea
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer

The animation is rich and densely detailed, the characters well defined.

Metacritic review by Edward Guthmann
Edward Guthmann
San Francisco Chronicle