Abe’s Tomb aka Abe’s Tomb: The Movie is a 2006 [released 2007] American supernatural vampire horror film written, produced, photographed and directed by Carl R. Merritt (his only credit); it stars Lisa Adore, Bonnie Albertini and Ray Basham.
Moore’s Lake: a small town plagued by feral vampires. The local residents only chance to survive rests on an all-powerful ghoul that long ago vowed to seek vengeance upon the town…
“Jeez, the town of Moore’s Lake would have been safe if there was an English language plague since the “stars” of this flick butchered the poor language effectively. Oh, the beauty of Abe’s Tomb! From the bizarre video game punch sounds to the fight scenes that look like a Self Defense for Epileptics class, Abe’s Tomb is an unheralded disasterpiece! Cinema Head Cheese
“The action is poor with the fights unconvincing and the editing of said scenes jerky at times but, you know what, they had a go. This isn’t brilliant, it isn’t going to set the world alight and it needed (beyond anything else) the story tidying up… big time… but they had a go and you can tell there was some heart in it.” Taliesin Meets the Vampires
“If you ignore the weak acting, mediocre writing, tiny budget, cheap effects, and unoriginal plot, it isn’t all that bad.” The Wild Ghost
“My God this was hilarious! I think The Room, Troll 2 and Birdemic: Shock and Terror all just relinquished their “Worst Movie Ever” awards.” The Great MC