The blonde strumpet is brushing her hair. Never need her name, and victim just sounds too formal. Her brunette friend, Anne, goes off for a few
minutes. Strumpet is surprised by someone in black robe, I dub thee Ring Wraith. Ring Wraith grabs her and leaves. Strumpet has a small trickle of blood
running from her lip.
When Ring Wraiths get lucky.
Neighbor guy spots Anne who is standing petrified. He checks on the strumpet who is now old. Really old, 200 years old range. And the credits begin
Captain Kronos is riding his horse in front of a wagon driven by a hunchbacked man, Grost. The wagon has numerous garlic wreathes on it. They ride through
the scenic countryside. They pass the uber-hot Carla who is in a stockade. Kronos sets her free Carla hitches a ride on the wagon.
Elsewhere, a peasant family is gathered for Isabelle’s birthday party. She is given one of her late mother’s bracelets. She rushes off to show it to a friend who
lives nearby. Ring Wraith is nearby. Isabelle stops to pick some flowers and is being followed. She screams. Isabelle has a small trickle of blood running from her
mouth and a vacant look on her face and collapses.
Kronos and Grost make camp. Grost introduces himself to Carla. Kronos is sitting off by himself smoking. Carla hears the real work begins in the
morning. Everyone gets some sleep.
Isabelle father is waiting for her to return. She staggers into the house dieing of old age.
Next day, Grost, Kronos, and Karla ride on through a cemetery. They arrive at a fairly large house. Local woodcutter is suspicious of them. Kronos asks for
Dr. Marcus. It turns out that they’re old friends.
Marcus wrote Kronos about girls that are rapidly aging. Grost claims it is the work of a vampire. Marcus is skeptical of Grost’s explanation. The girls were
drained of youth not blood. Grost claims there are many types of vampires. The girls wore crosses, that didn’t protect them. Grost thinks the girls were
mesmerized, hypnotized at the moment of attack.
Isabelle is buried. Her sister stops at the church to pray. We see the shadow of the cross sway, like arms. She screams. Exit some more of Isabelle’s
Carla is pumping water for Kronos. That won’t be all that’s pumped before the end of this movie. Carla will stay if Kronos wants her. Guess what? He
does, and the sly sexual references fly…. They hear the church bell ring, Kronos leaps into action. Grost finally gets around to mentioning being professional
vampire hunters to Carla. I’d think any vampire hunter would automatically be a professional. Well, a professional is paid. So, who pays for Kronos and
Grost? In the church, the withered hag is found.
A carriage stops at the cemetery. Fey blonde guy, Paul Durward stops to pay respects to his father who died 7 years ago. We also learn Paul’s father was
the greatest swordsman around. Marcus tries talking to Paul. Lady Durward blames Marcus for the death of her husband, she ignores him. Marcus wants to
examine her, thinking she’s terribly sick. Paul gets in the carriage and rides off…
Grost is burying things in the woods. Dead frogs in boxes are being buried throughout the woods. Carla is helping. The locations of the dead toads are
Kronos is smoking a special cigarette. He checks the balance of his sword. Marcus walks in. Kronos tells Marcus about the special Chinese “herb” he’s
smoking. Kronos is preparing, for soon will act…
Marcus and Grost play a game of chess. Well, Carla has decided it is time to have her swashes buckled by Captain Kronos. He’s partaking of the Chinese
“herb” but readily quits when he realizes Carla wants some sweet lovin’. Vampire-Hunter lovin’ ensues.
Afterwards, they talk basking in the afterglow.
A couple goes at in the woods. Myra thinks she saw someone. Well, the guy doesn’t care. She heads home. He watches her collapse. Guy cradles her
withered hag body…
Grost wakes Kronos, tells him an attack has a witness. Priest prays over Myra. Grost and Marcus talk with guy. Kronos and Marcus look for a toad box to
uncover. We learn vampires reanimate dead toads. Kronos finds a box with a live toad. Kronos finds a wagon trail. The vampire attacks young girls to regain
youth. Kronos, Grost, and Marcus follow the trail to its end. Kronos and Grost head for the nearby village. Marcus stays behind.
Marcus heads off to the nearby Durward castle.
At the local tavern, Kronos has put out a bounty for anyone who has seen the carriage. Kerro and his 2 goons come from upstairs followed by a blonde
trollop. Kerro is the local swordsman and all round local prick. Everyone watches in silence as Kerro throws the trollops coin in the spittoon. Red Beard doesn’t
think it is funny. Kerro orders him to laugh. Red Beard refuses until Kerro draws his sword. Red Beard laughs ad then runs out.
Some pale guy has a job for Kerro.
Marcus enters the Durward castle and meets Paul. He claims to be on a friendly visit. Paul is acting distant. Sara, his egg-shaped red-headed sister that vaguely
looks like Carol Burnette, makes her first appearance. Marcus leaves. The bell rings and Paul checks on his Lady Durward. He knows that Marcus wasn’t stopping
for a neighborly visit.
Kronos and Grost enter the tavern. Kerro and his men watch them and start trying to insult Kronos. He doesn’t fall for their bait. Kerro starts insulting
Grost. Well, Kronos takes umbrage at this. Kerro draws his sword. Kronos is faster and with one stroke kills Kerro and his 2 goons. Kronos questions the tavern
keeper, who hasn’t seen anything.
Marcus heads back. We see the Ring Wraith and hear ominous music. Marcus rides out of the woods unscathed…
Grost is angry at being mocked. Carla and Kronos try to lift his spirits. Kronos reveals those men in the tavern were hired to provoke a fight and kill
them. Marcus returns. The hunt begins in earnest tonight.
Grost is sitting in a tree, a series of bells are tied to a ribbon. The bell rings and, Kronos leaps into action. A red-haired peasant girl is attacked by an actual
bat, spilling her basket of eggs. The bat clings to her face. By the time Kronos gets to the girl, she’s dead.
Not what inspired Barbara Gordon to become Bat Girl....
Sara enters the Durward family castle wearing a black cloak. Paul is waiting for her. Sara can’t check on Mother who is so old, etc…Sara is afraid of
aging. Paul tells her she won’t end up like Mother. This has a creepy family undertone to it.
Marcus is looking worried. Carla is basking in the afterglow of another romp with Kronos who buckled her swashes. She asks him how he became a vampire
hunter. When Kronos went to war, he left behind his mother and little sister. Returning they were vampires. He had to stake and kill them…
Marcus is shaving with a straight razor. In the mirror, he realizes he’s lost his grey hair. He looks for Kronos. Marcus has fangs now. Kronos knocks him
unconscious and ties him up. Kronos wants to cure him. Marcus thinks he killed the peasant girls and pleads to be killed. Grost realizes killing Marcus will give
additional data on how to fight vampires. Grost grabs a stake and, Kronos hammers it through his heart. Marcus screams in pain, not dead. They throw a rope over
the rafter and try to hang him, still no effect. Grost grabs a torch. Marcus begins aging and dies. It wasn’t the flame. They realize Marcus’s cross was steel. Steel
is how to kill these vampires. The woodcutter watches them.
Woodcutter rallies the village against Kronos. Marcus was brutally killed by Kronos. He must be avenged. A flock of torch-wielding villagers rush off to lynch
Kronos and Grost.
Kronos and Grost take a large rusting cross from the cemetery. The mob arrives and is readily defeated by Kronos. Our heroes head back to Marcus’s
The work begins. Grost begins removing the rust and forging the cross. Kronos wearing a handkerchief over his face begins meditating. Grost cools the forged
sword and hands it to Kronos.
Another sister of Isabelle is warming some milk for her and her brother Barton. They are scared after the death of Isabelle. Ring Wraith strikes again. In the
woods, Kronos finds the dismembered body of Isabelle’s father. Kronos sees a wagon ride off. Kronos finds the cabin with the aged girl died.
Grost is waiting sees the wagon pass him.
The next day, Sara is at the cemetery visiting her father’s grave. Kronos walks up to her and talk for a few minutes. Paul walks up. I’m getting this sword fight
will ensue between Kronos and Paul. Sara and Paul leave. Kronos thinks Sara is the vampire. But, they’ll find out soon enough.
Kronos prepares for battle, cross around his neck, garlic. Carla will be the bait. Grost hands the sword to Kronos. Now, they are ready.
Paul visits his sickly mummified looking mother. The door bell is rung. Kronos has knocked put the groundskeeper. Carla faints and is carried in by Paul. Kronos
and Grost move in closer to the outside of the castle. Paul revives Carla who tells how her father arranged a marriage for her so she ran away. She asks to stay the
night. Sara locks the front door. Paul and Sara retire for the evening.
Carla hunkers down on the couch she’s sleeping on, waiting. Kronos uses a grappling hook to scale the wall and enter from the second floor. Carla is slowly
getting creeped out. Something is prowling through the house. A shadow comes down stairs. A woman in a blue dress approaches Carla who is mesmerized by
her. Blonde vampire woman is about to attack when Sara screams. Kronos breaks into Lady Durward’s room, finding an old woman mask.
Paul and Sara watch their mother. She’s young and hot. It turns out her family had many dark secrets. It took her 7 years to get this far. She’s going to bring
the gift of youth to her husband. He didn’t die of the plague 7 years earlier.
Kronos waits in the shadows. The Ring Wraith appears and is revealed to be Lord Durward. Paul and Sara are suitably disturbed by these turn of events. Lady
Durward mesmerizes her children to erase their memories of what has just been revealed. Lord Durward approaches Carla who is his meal to revitalize him. Lord
Durward has half of his face hideously disfigured.
Kronos decides now is the time to act. He knocks the Ring Wraith away. Lady Durward tries using her mesmerism on Kronos. He quickly covers his eyes with
his sword that has a small mirror plate on the blade. This mesmerizes Lady Durward, instead of him. Grost manages to climb the rope and enter Lady Durward’s
Kronos versus the Ring Wraith, Lord Durward. Old school sword fight, without kung fu, ensues. Lady Durward, Carla, Sara, and Paul are all standing around
like mannequins. Ring Wraith seems to be afraid, has been cut. He manages to knock away Kronos’ sword. It takes Kronos awhile dodging Ring Wraith’s blade
before getting a sword.
Kronos runs the blade through Ring Wraith, but very much still undead. It wasn’t the steel blade. Grost throws the steel blade to Kronos who runs Lord
Durward through right and proper. Lord Durward ages and dies. Somehow, Lady Durward revives, tries rushing Kronos who stabs her.
The blood spills on Sara awakens her. Carla and Paul revive, too. Lady Durward ages to dust. Kronos drops his sword and walks away. Grost and Carla follow
him out of the castle. Paul and Sara are in shock over the corpses of their parents.
The ending to Killer Meteors 2: the Quickening...
Kronos prepares to leave. Carla is staying at Marcus’s house. Kronos has evil to fight wherever it may be. Kronos and Grost ride off….