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Vampire at Midnight (1988)

The "Vampire Killer" leaves his victims drained of blood, while a detective tries to catch him.

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Jason Williams ...
Roger Sutter
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Victor Radikoff
Lesley Milne ...
Jenny Carleton
Esther Elise ...
Lucia Giannini (as Esther Alise)
Jeanie Moore ...
Amalia
Christopher Nee ...
Raoul (as Shendt)
Robert Random ...
Al Childress
Jonny Solomon ...
Lee Keller
Ted Hamaguchi ...
Captain Takato
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Gunman 1 (as Mike Wiles)
Mike Tino ...
Gunman 2
Richard Kory ...
Gunman 3
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Jon (as Mike Kehoe)
Eddie Jr. ...
Bobby Rio
Jeff Yesko ...
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The "Vampire Killer" leaves his victims drained of blood, while a detective tries to catch him.

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He's only dead until dark.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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June 1988 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

L.A. Midnight  »

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Calling all cars! Be on the lookout for a vampire at midnight!
7 May 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Really more a crime drama than an out and out horror film,played very much like an episode of 'Kolcak - the Night Stalker.' Starts well, with the old cliché of 'it can't really be vampire at large, can It?' Then dips in the middle while the story brings all the plot elements together before a rousing finale.

Jason Williams as the hero detective is efficient if somewhat dull but the star turn is Gustav Vintas as the creepy and sinister villain of the piece.

An okay film but not quite what I was expecting from the packaging from 'Palace Horror' video company. Still, it kept the interest and wasn't too bad, just think it stretches the criteria of what a horror film should be.


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