Two fraternity pledges travel to a sleazy bar in search of a stripper for their college friends, unaware it is occupied by vampires.

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Keith
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Vic
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AJ
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Allison / Amaretto
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Duncan
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Katrina
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Snow
Brad Logan ...
Vlad
Lisa Lyon ...
Cimmaron
Jim Boyle ...
Fraternity Leader
Larry Spinak ...
Student
Eric Welch ...
Student
Stuart Rogers ...
Student
Gary Swailes ...
Sock Salesman
Ray Ballard ...
Coffee Shop Proprietor
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Two fraternity pledges go to a sleazy bar looking for strippers to entertain their college friends. They have problems with transportation, Biker gangs, and worst of all, the staff of the bar, all of whom seem to be vampires, with Grace Jones playing the head vampire. Written by John Vogel <jlvogel@comcast.net>

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The first kiss could be your last. See more »

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

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18 July 1986 (USA)  »

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El club del terror  »

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Budget:

$3,300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$2,187,458 (USA) (20 July 1986)

Gross:

$4,941,117 (USA)
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Grace Jones does not speak a single word in the film. See more »

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When Grace Jones is killed by sunlight. Her skeleton arm raises up and gives the finger to her destroyer. Just as the finger goes up, you can see a crew member's hands holding the other end of the skeleton's arm in the shot. This is only noticeable on the UK Blu-Ray, as the Anchor Bay DVD is slightly cropped. See more »

Quotes

Keith: This has been one wacky night!
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Soundtracks

Vamp
Written by Jonathan Elias & Grace Jones
Performed by Grace Jones
Produced by Jonathan Elias & Donald P. Borchers
Recorded at Elias/Vision Sound Studios, NYC
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After Hours with vampires. And the Donger!
19 April 2004 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Vamp is a curious lost little lamb from the 1980's, all lit in bizarre green and purple tones and featuring all manner of Grace Jones wiggling around like a monster. It's a fun ride, cleverly done and not entirely unoriginal, with terrific acting talent and a loopy sense of humor pitched somewhere between After Hours and a sideways college comedy. Another aspect I appreciated was how each vampire had a personality, and they weren't always one hundred percent proud to be vampires. They're very aware that in a lot of ways they're perfectly lame. Fairly cool stuff, especially in the confrontation between a character who "turns" and the protagonist.

On the other hand, the last half lacks the zip and zap of the first and some characters seemed a little undernourished. The geek who owns the car seemed a little extraneous towards the end, and the albino gang, while sort of awesome, didn't really belong.

But either way. If you're interested in an offbeat 80's vampire movie or just seeing Grace Jones scare the s**t out of you with her face, by all means rent Vamp. You will become a much wiser person as a result and your parents will no longer hate you.


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