Underworld

Underworld
Underworld

Year

2003

Duration

116 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

Ordinary guy Michael stumbles into the centuries-old conflict between vampires and werewolves in this fast-paced supernatural action movie. But as Selene, the vampire who rescues Michael, tries to find what is going on, she discovers that things are far more complicated than they seem, and that secret alliances exist between supposedly deadly enemies. This stylish-looking film has a strong gothic feel to it and the largely British cast do a strong job of bringing the undead to life.

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Contains strong violence and language.

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