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Der D, ein sogenannter Dunpeal (halb Mensch, halb Vampir), nimmt die Jagd auf. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust [dt. Sold by Amazon Digital Germany GmbH. Künstler: Anime; Format: PAL; Sprache: Japanisch (Dolby Digital ), Deutsch (Dolby Digital ); Untertitel: Deutsch; Region: Region 2; Bildseitenformat: Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust. Limited Edition (German) Blu-ray – March 1, by Yoshiaki Kawajiri (Producer). Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Anime-Film. Sprachauswahl: Deutsch, Englisch. Hauptgenres / Nebengenres / Tags.
Sprachauswahl: Deutsch, Englisch. Hauptgenres / Nebengenres / Tags. Der D, ein sogenannter Dunpeal (halb Mensch, halb Vampir), nimmt die Jagd auf. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust [dt. Sold by Amazon Digital Germany GmbH. Vampire Hunter D – Bloodlust - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | mariebackenscamping.se And please note that because an American company distributed this film across continue reading of the world does not make it an "American film". Download as PDF Printable version. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust brings several surprises to its narrative of a half-vampire the eight stream a vampire to recover a human lady. Categories :. Megumi Hayashibara Akiko Yajima Young.
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D has Elbourne double the payment, and agrees to search for Charlotte. At the same time, Charlotte's older brother hires another group of vampire hunters, the notorious Marcus brothers, composed of the leader Borgoff, a hulking man named Nolt, a blade master named Kyle, a physically disabled psychic named Grove and a woman named Leila who hunts vampires because of a personal grudge rather than for monetary gain.
The two parties D and the Marcus brothers race inexorably after Meier Link. However, Meier Link hires the mutant Barbarois; a group of lethal mercenary body guards.
They consist of Caroline, a shape shifter ; Benge, a shadow manipulator; and Machira, a werewolf. Throughout the course of the film, two of the Marcus brothers, Nolt and Kyle, end up being killed by the mutant Barbarois, while Leila and Borgoff continue their search for Charlotte.
As the story progresses, Meier Link's abduction of Charlotte turns out to not be as it seemed, as it's revealed that Charlotte willingly ran away with Meier Link as his lover.
Charlotte rightfully feared that no one would understand their relationship, with her a human and Link a vampire. Throughout their search, and after both characters save each other from seeming death at separate points, D has a conversation with Leila, where she reveals that she hunts vampires because a vampire killed her mother.
D tells her that he hunts vampires as he has no other choice as a dhampir, and she can have a life that someone like him could never have; the life of a normal human.
Leila, having not exactly taken the life of a normal human, instead being a monster hunter, fears that no one will mourn her death when that time comes.
She make a pact with D, that if either one of them survives, the survivor will bring flowers to the other's grave.
D admits that he does not expect himself to survive the bounty hunt, after coming so close to death. Carmilla, a ghost of a vampire who died long ago, reigned supreme within the Castle of Chaythe when vampires were all-powerful and unchallenged.
However, her bloodlust was so strong that D's father, an ancient, noble vampire king, killed her in disgust. Carmilla promises Meier Link and Charlotte travel to a far away city known as the City of The Night, where they can be free to love each other, which they will travel to in a large and ancient spaceship-like structure hidden beneath the Castle of Chaythe.
Carmilla explains that most ancient castles had similar ships hidden within them, and that back when vampires reigned supreme, these ships weren't an uncommon means for vampires to travel to far regions.
Carmilla notes that the ship is old and hasn't flown in a long time, and that she doesn't know if the ship will fly safely, but that Meier Link and Charlotte are allowed to take that risk, if they so wish.
D and the remaining Marcus brothers separately trail Meier Link to the Castle of Chaythe, and as they enter the castle in their search for Charlotte, Carmilla plays psychological tricks on them.
Borgoff, for example, is shown Nolt and Kyle, the dead members of the Marcus brothers, returning to life. Borgoff is seemingly killed in his surprised and ecstatic state by Carmilla's ghost, and it turns out Nolt and Kyle never returned to life at all.
Later, however, Borgoff appears, having been turned into a vampire. Grove surprise attacks him with his psychic form, before blowing up Borgoff with an embrace, but this exerts Grove's physical body to the point he dies as well.
The surveillance satellite in geostationary orbit 22, miles above the castle and the uncounted security cameras are disguised in fruits or spiders send the castle's mother computer images of any intruder.
In an underground room is a wall thirty feet high covered by a colossal portrait of the Sacred Ancestor. At the bottom of his castle lies the layer of the Midwich Medusas.
Although vampire lords provide gorgeous sleeping chambers for their guests, the lord and his family sleep only in coffins beneath the earth.
Count Magnus Lee prepares his-and her-s coffins for himself and Doris. Each black-lacqured coffin is decorated with the Lee coat of arms and contains the same dirt the Lee Family Castle is built on.
Count Lee's Carriage is a team of four beautifully groomed black horses and a black carriage, it seemed lacquered with midnight.
The lining of Count Lee's cape is insanely red and glistening. It was stitched together from the skin of women who'd slaked his thirst, and lacquered with their blood.
Thanks to secret techniques passed down through the Lee Clan, it's five times as strong as the hardest steel and twenty times more flexible than spider's silk.
Count Magnus Lee had the incense lit when D entered his castle.
Edit Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust Showing all 9 items. Unlike almost every other anime in existence, English is Bloodlust's original language.
The English language track for this film was created first, then the Cantonese and Japanese tracks were done next. This film accidentally mistranslated the word "dhampir" to "dunpeal" in the English language.
This is incorrect: "dhampir" is the actual term to use to describe a half-human half-vampire being, the term originating in Albania "dham" means "teeth" and "pire" means "to drink", thus the whole term alludes to the vampire practice of "drinking with teeth" from Balkan folklore.
The character Carmilla is based on the novel with the same name by Sheridan Le Fanu. No individual part of it is bad; however, you could take each element, narrative-wise, and add more to it — even more characterisation and backstory, even more lore, even more psychology, and so on.
With tempered expectations in mind, this is an easy anime for me to recommend. I love this anime. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust has one of best art styles in all animation.
The Gothic architecture shrouded in a dark atmosphere is wondrous and the character design, especially the vampires, perfection.
This art makes me hungry for more anime in this style. A Warhammer Fantasy series using this Gothic goodness would comatose me from amazement.
The Foley sounds are great — what a difference it makes compared to the original. Also improved is the voice work in both languages.
However, the strongest audio element is the music. As with the German influenced Gothic architecture, the music borrows from famous German and Austrian classical composers to weave a haunting soundtrack that enhances the tension and horror.
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust brings several surprises to its narrative of a half-vampire hunting a vampire to recover a human lady.
The small touches of tragedy and emotion elevate this beyond a straightforward action anime. Love the vampires and their lore.
Recommendation: A must-watch for gothic fantasy fans. Request reviews here. Find out more about the rating system here.
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