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Vampire at Midnight (1988)

 -  Drama | Horror | Thriller  -  June 1988 (USA)
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The "Vampire Killer" leaves his victims drained of blood, while a detective tries to catch him.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Williams ...
Roger Sutter
Victor Radikoff
Lesley Milne ...
Jenny Carleton
Esther Elise ...
Lucia Giannini (as Esther Alise)
Jeanie Moore ...
Christopher Nee ...
Raoul (as Shendt)
Robert Random ...
Al Childress
Jonny Solomon ...
Lee Keller
Ted Hamaguchi ...
Captain Takato
Gunman 1 (as Mike Wiles)
Mike Tino ...
Gunman 2
Richard Kory ...
Gunman 3
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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some blood, some nudity, some slasher and vampire appeal, but didn't entirely gel for me
5 September 2005 | by (Upstate New York) – See all my reviews

A well-dressed man takes a woman to an overlook, which she doesn't get to enjoy. She's the ninth victim of "The Vampire Killer," who has taken all of her blood.

The "vampire" is working as a hypnotherapist. The movie avoids definitively answering the question of whether he really is a vampire, or wants people to think he is one, or if he thinks he is one. He does in fact drink blood directly from people, though, and is quite talented at hypnosis.

Some of his clients include a stand-up comic, dancers, a pianist. We're treated to some of their routines, nothing terribly special. Between the vampire's powers, and the popular detective pursuing him, several women take their clothes off.

Not bad, but I just didn't get into it that much. The vampire's accent grated on me a bit. His assistant's yard-long (at least!) mullet was silly, but when aren't they?

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