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A Los Angeles student working as a coroner's assistant falls in love with a strange young woman.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Detective Jerry Van Ness
Marilyn Jones ...
Cheryl Gillen
Arthur Rosenberg ...
Milton King
James Victor ...
Dr. Herrera
Anne Bloom ...
Linda Lawrence ...
Undercover Cop
Adele Rosse ...
Head Nurse
James Oliver ...
Restaurant Manager
Ann Blessing ...
John Bennick ...
Nigel Bullard ...


A Coroner's assistant (who is also a law student) gets involved in a strange case involving his girlfriend's place of employment (a hospital) and Vampires after Milton King is drained of his blood. Strange things happen as a defrocked priest tries to thwart all efforts to solve this case. Written by George Britt <georgebritt@hotmail.com>

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Crime | Horror | Thriller





Release Date:

15 November 1982 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Desire, the Vampire  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The movie was originally titled "I, Desire", when it premiered on ABC in 1982. See more »


[last words]
Marge Bookman: Pat! Pat, your ride's here and my feet are killing me!
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I can't say enough about this great movie! Roy.
24 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

If I could only use one word to describe the movie "I, Desire" that word would be Surreal !!. The critics should hail it as the triumphant climax of Surrealistic art. It is truly an Existentialist's delight. That Barbara Stock is the most beautiful woman I have ever seen and the way she walks down those steps at the end of the movie is the most memorable scene I have ever seen. It is so sad that it has been pushed aside by the mainstream media. It is hardly known to anyone because every person I have asked about it has never even heard of it. Barbara Stock should have appeared in more productions. They should have worked that sexy woman to death.

There are also some important analogies to real life in that movie. For example, when "Paul" was in the coffee shop, which he "hates", he dramatically stresses the importance about staying out of trouble by keeping one's mouth shut! At the end of the movie, David is almost misled by a woman of great tempting qualities but is able to resist and finds he is better off to stick with the " Suzy Homemaker" type.

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