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Case of the Full Moon Murders (1973)

| Comedy, Horror | 1974 (UK)
Is Emma a voyeur vampire who can turn into a bat? Apparently, and she leaves many smiling faces on her victims after going down on them during a full moon. When they're not having sex with ... See full summary »

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Sheila Stuart ...
Emma
Jed Ziegler ...
Ice Cream Vender
Cathy Walker ...
Caroline
Kenny Abston ...
Chuck
Geoffrey Knowles ...
Beau
Victoria Holloway ...
Daisy
Fred J. Lincoln ...
Joe (as Fred Lincoln)
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Frank (as Ron Browne)
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Silverman
Sally Ziegler ...
Joe's Mother
Ann Marshall ...
Nora
Jean Jennings ...
Strip Poker Girl
Debbie Craven ...
Strip Poker Girl
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Strip Poker Girl (as Debbie Craven)
Harold Robinson ...
Couple Watching T.V.
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Is Emma a voyeur vampire who can turn into a bat? Apparently, and she leaves many smiling faces on her victims after going down on them during a full moon. When they're not having sex with their suspects, two cops investigate the murders. Written by MG

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For That Little Bit of Animal in Each of Us! See more »

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Case of the Smiling Stiffs  »

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classic porn/parody
7 September 2000 | by See all my reviews

Long before "Friday The 13TH", Sean Cunningham made this little beauty. It's actually the best movie he's ever made!

The story goes like this. A young girl realises she needs nourishment in the form of blood, and what better way to get it than through felatio!!!

So she breaks into people's houses during the night and does the dirty with the sleeping male occupants. The police (very akin to the Keystone Cops/Dragnet) are baffled by these dead males with massive erections and grins on their faces....

I dont really want to give to much more away, but I will say this... SEE IT! It is genuinely a hilarious movie, especially Harry Reems running around with his penis spray painted silver!

On a final note, take no notice of the supposed X rated version.

It does not exist!!!


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