As seductively epic does the title Death Hunter: Werewolves vs Vampires sounds, the funds for such a grand title don’t support it. Werewolves and vampires have been the subject of folklore for more than century and to have the two be in the same production needs the backing of the money. The Underworld trilogy gained much of it’s success and popularity through dollar signs and it’s stardom in the beautifully femme fatale of Kate Beckinsale. Death Hunter has none of the above, leaving most of it’s special effects to the wolves and creativity helpless to the imagination of it’s audiences.
While lost deep with in the desert, John Croix and his wife Maria stumble upon a den of blood thirsty vampires; the master vampire takes his wife but leaves John to die in the desert and that’s not all. Werewolves roam the night when the full moon is out; John becomes the victim of a werewolf bite, but he is rescued by a fellow survivor Van Ness who helps John beat his canine physical transformation yet keep all the lycanthrope abilities. A few months training with Van Ness has John ready for his exact revenge on the vampire clan that stole his wife from him.