Netflix Sets ‘Vampires of Gem City’ Documentary from Joshua Rofé

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Joshua Rofe Vampire Documentary Set For Netflix

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Netflix is reteaming with esteemed documentary maker Joshua Rofé for a new feature doc titled Vampires of Gem City.

Joshua Rofé is the director behind the new doc, serving as his second major project for the streamer. Rofé first teamed up with Netflix on the fantastic Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed, which was released in August 2021. It’s fair to say that the documentary was a little contentious, with lots of stories following the fallout from the discoveries and stories told throughout.

Elsewhere, Rofé has worked on Sasquatch, Kupenda, Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole, Lorena, and Active Shooter: America Under Fire.

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Per the official logline for the new vampire documentary, which doesn’t have a lot of information online at the moment, here’s what you can expect:

“For the last 30 years, Dayton, Ohio has been home to the largest coven of vampires outside of New Orleans. When a man goes missing in the goth nightclub they use as their headquarters, the case goes cold until a police officer comes forward in 2008 with a story.”

In case you missed it – this is the second documentary announcement we’ve covered this week, with the other being Secrets of the Neanderthals, which will feature the narration of Sir Patrick Stewart.

No release date or window is currently set for the documentary at present.

Are you going to check out Vampires of Gem City when it drops on Netflix? Let us know in the comments.

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