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Timothy Patrick Quill
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At the the Killington ski resort something has gone awry. Evil terrorists led by the sinister Greig have taken the resort hostage with a stolen nuclear device. It's up to Ski Patrol bum Matt Foster to save the day... and his fiancé.
This movie makes it very clear that vampires do not have reflections, but in the scene when Shane corners Sarah Harrison in the bedroom (about 1:25 into the movie), we can see his legs in the mirror on the far wall. See more »
But then again--I LOVE Plan 9 From Outer Space, Rocky Horror, Mars Attacks, and any other number of "comic" horror movies. Even ones (like Plan 9) that weren't MEANT to be funny.
David Carradine and John Ireland are great as the leaders of opposing factions within the vamp community. And E. Emmet just turns in a GREAT job as a grouchy old curmudgeonly vamp, who's excuse for "eating" a tourist was--he P***ed me off. (of course the tourist would have p.o.ed ANYONE off.) And the love story between the Van Helsing grandson (played to the hilt by Bruce Campbell) and a female vamp was just too funny for words.
And, as a very fair skinned person who has NEVER had a sun tan--but lots and lots and lots of sunburns--I'd LOVE to know where to get that SPF 1000 sunscreen.
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