Vampires - Movie Synopsis & Plot
Since he was a little child, Jack Crow has been killing vampires. It started when he had to kill his own father. Now, a grown man, he is the most notorious vampire slayer, roaming the countryside with his team, hunting for vampires. They are hunting "The Master," the leader, or one of the leaders of the vampires.
After destroying a vampire nest in rural New Mexico, Crow and his team take to the victory celebration. But not far into it does Valek, a vivious 600-year-old vampire, attack, and kills everyone but Crow, his right-hand man Montoya, and a bitten prostitute, Katrina. They barely escape with their lives, and he and Montoya know that Katrina doesn't have much longer. But they also know that a master has a telepathic link with his victims, and Katrina might be able to lead them to his lair.
But they also stumble on to a much larger plot: As the young priest who is now accompanying Crow says, there is a black cross, which, if used in a special ritual, will allow the vampires to walk during the daytime. If they get their hands on the black cross, and conduct the ritual, they, and Valek, will be unstoppable. It's up to Crow and his remaining team to hunt Valek down and stop him before all hell breaks loose, if it hasn't already.