Vampires: Los Muertos is a 2002 film that follows up on the scary precedent set by John Carpenter's Vampires. Derek Bliss (Jon Bon Jovi) is a rogue vampire slayer, looking for work. He finds it when a mysterious monastery of Mexican priests hires him to create a team of vampire killers. Bliss' mission is to go after an infamous vampire princess and her lethal nest of vampire followers who are plotting to find a way for vampires to walk during the day. Bliss' team winds up including assorted misfits, such as Zoe (Natasha Gregson Wagner), a vampire who takes medication to keep herself under control, and Sancho (Diego Luna), a young teenager with aspirations of becoming a vampire killer. The vampire princess Una (Arly Jover) turns out to be a more deadly and determined foe than the priests realized, and Bliss and his team are increasingly uncertain about the outcome of their mission and whether they'll survive.