The Thompsons
2012 | USA / UK | 82 MIN

In The Butcher Brothers’ award-winning original film,The Hamiltons were a dysfunctional, orphaned family struggling in sunny suburbia. On the outside, they appeared normal enough, but they hid a very dark secret…in order to survive, they needed to drink blood.

In the high-octane sequel, a bloodbath at a desert gas station puts the family on the run, eventually seeing them resurface in the U.K. under a new name as, The Thompsons. With the youngest brother Lenny gravely injured, the family is in desperate need of help.

Hearing rumors of another vampire clan who might be able to assist them, Francis (CORY KNAUF) agrees to make contact. His quest leads to a family run pub in the English countryside where he meets a gorgeous waitress named Riley Stuart(ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE). As Riley flirts, Francis fails to notice her bloodthirsty relatives sneaking up behind him…

Francis tries fighting the family off the best he can—but these new vamps are faster, stronger and more vicious than he’s encountered before. After a brutal struggle he’s subdued and brought back to their home. When Francis wakes up he’s surprised to learn that the Stuarts simply wanted to test his powers. They set him free and offer safe haven to himself and the rest of his family.

As the rest of his family makes their way across the English countryside to join him, Francis begins to suspect that the Stuarts may have an agenda behind their kindness. With Riley as his only potential ally and her motives still unclear, the epic battle between the two clans is inevitable…

Directors Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores (The Bucher Brothers)
Writers Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores (The Bucher Brothers), Cory Knauf
Producers Joseph McKelheer, Eben Kostbar, Travis Stevens, Rob Weston
Executive Producers Pierre David, Nicola Pearcey, Clay McCall Keeley, Jordon McCarty
Co-Producers Louis Paltnoi, Oren Kaplan
Associate Producers Ryan Hartwig, Timothy Rettele
Producer Nic Hill
cinematographers Matthew Cooke, David Rom
Production Design
Costume Design
Music Kevin Kerrigan
Cast Cory Knauf, Samuel Child, Mackenzie Firgens, Joseph McKelheer, Ryan Hartwig, Elizabeth Henstridge, Daniel O'Meara, Selina Giles, Tom Holloway, Sean Browne