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Nightlife (1989)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Horror | TV Movie 23 August 1989
At a museum of Mexico City arrives a perfectly conservated mumie. It is a vampire who has died years ago and who returns to life in search of his lost love Angelique. But unfortunately for ... See full summary »

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Camille Saviola ...
Rosa Mercedes
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Jose
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Bill
Gerardo Mayol ...
First Gravedigger
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Gerardo Paz ...
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Gilberto Compan ...
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Gerardo Albarrán ...
Man in Bar (as Gerardo Moreno)
Carlos González ...
Policeman (as Carlos Gonzalez)
Marta Resnikoff ...
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Old Man
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At a museum of Mexico City arrives a perfectly conservated mumie. It is a vampire who has died years ago and who returns to life in search of his lost love Angelique. But unfortunately for him the young woman has met a doctor and fallen in love with him who supplies her with the blood she needs to resist the vampire attacks. Written by Volker Boehm

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vampire | doctor | exploding body | See All (3) »

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After a hundred years, she could really use a drink!

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Comedy | Horror

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23 August 1989 (USA)  »

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Doce Vampira  »

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1.33 : 1
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Vlad: [after Angelique has just rammed a stake into his heart through his back] Angelique! You've broken my heart!
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Frightfuly funny
21 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

I was actually shocked with how much I enjoyed this movie, most horror movie spoofs tend to be laughably dumb. Nightlife manages to escape that fate by actually having an original story. An old world vampire tries to adjust to the twenty first century and escape her psycho ex boyfriend who just happens to be Vlad the Impaler. The cast is great, Ben Cross does a wonderful job as Vlad he plays the character as straight as if it was a horror movie not a comedy. He's actually kinda scary and that makes the hilarious reactions from the other characters seem genuine and even funnier!

I love this movie and highly recommend it for a great laugh!


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