In an orphaned society riven by centuries of civil war between humans and vampires the once famous warrior priest (Paul Bettany) lives on his own in a secluded urban community, governed by his own church. When a gang of vampires take his niece away, the priest breaks his vow and sets off on a personal mission to save her before the vampires put the final bite on her. The people who accompany him on his dangerous mission is his former friend and ex-priestess (Lily Collins) with supernatural powers. Together, they battle the evil group that seeks to control the human population by using a new disease to eradicate them. The charismatic leader Sam Haine commands the vampire group and recruits Victoria (Emma Watson).
The priest and his comrades are involved in a power struggle with the current ruler as they hunt the evil group. When a tragic death occurs during a riot caused by the unrest, the current ruler falls victim to a vampire that is the primary threat to the lives of priests and all of humanity. As the threat intensifies the priest must choose which side to follow…
Annabel Wishston, one of the few survivors of the original outbreak, returns as the Countess. After getting married to a wealthy merchant she was raised in a sheltered atmosphere. She quickly rises in society and makes close friends and guards David (Barry Foster). David is willing to protect Annabel and lets her live with him. He follows her in pursuit of Dracula shortly afterward. He knows he can’t win, and decides that it is time to find love with a new person or with the countess.
Annabel soon has two new friends, Steve Loughlin (John Loughlin), and Tommy Eliaunder (Eliaunder). The three of them become the core of her vampire hunters known as the Priests. She initially leads them due to the fact that she is a young woman. However, she soon realizes that her family relationships will be more important when she hunts her foe. Through the entire series, we see women who support and take part in the hunt to find Dracula.
While the story is primarily focused on the relationship between the Priestess and Dracula but there are other relationships that are not so readily apparent. Priests assist the Priestess and aid her fight vampires. These are the Walled Cities. These are places which were completely isolated from the outside world, and only had the assistance of a self-created defense force led by the Priests. Priest (2011) นักบุญปีศาจ The Walled Cities were created to defend people from Dracula and other threats.
One scene in the movie shows the Priestess giving directions to the girls who are helping her in her work. One of the directives is to kill all vampires that they encounter. The Priestess and the girls are buried after they’ve been discovered dead, and their souls are buried in the Walled City. The film cuts to fifteen years later where the priestess is being interviewed by an investigator.
In this sequence, the film offers a second glimpse into the thoughts of priests during this time period. They are lost in their pasts as they try to reveal what happened to the investigator. They regret the deaths of their sisters and wish they had assisted in their deaths. The film offers a glimpse into how vampires view the world around them, which includes both the good and evil that was prevalent during this time.
Overall, this movie was a great vampire film to watch. It is entertaining to both young and old viewers. The acting was superb and the story was well told and the special effects were excellent. I hope that someone will watch this movie that is well-known for its excellent vampire movie and will be enticed by the sequel: “Priestess of Valerian”.