The Lab Where the Cyber-Vampire Plague Started

Ultraviolet was a fantastic-looking, future-plague movie . . . that felt like the longest 87 minutes of our lives. Luckily, you can appreciate the film's gorgeous look without letting the nonsensical plot distract you. Check out this concept art for the "blood reservoir," a machine that's part of a government conspiracy vampire plague. See how the blood-sucking machine turned out in the movie's finished set, after the jump.



Every evil laboratory should have jaggedy pipes full of blood. But here you can see that the final sets had black pipes that hide the gore inside. Still, it looks pretty cool. Production designer Sung Pong Choo and art director Joel Chong have only worked on Chinese films apart from Ultraviolet.

The Lab Where the Cyber-Vampire Plague Started

The Lab Where the Cyber-Vampire Plague Started