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To Die For (1988)

L.A. real estate agent Kate Wooten gets a new lease on life when she learns that her new client, a mysterious and handsome man named Vlad, is looking for a house isolated in the Hollywood ... See full summary »

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Brendan Hughes ...
Vlad Tepish
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Kate Wooten
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Celia Kett
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Martin Planting
Micah Grant ...
Mike Dunn
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Simon Little
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Tom
Remy O'Neill ...
Jane
Al Fann ...
Lt. Williams
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Detective Bocco
Lloyd Alan ...
Rich
Julie Maddalena ...
Paula Higgins
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Girl at Party (as Eloise Broady)
Cate Caplin ...
Michelle
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Franny
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L.A. real estate agent Kate Wooten gets a new lease on life when she learns that her new client, a mysterious and handsome man named Vlad, is looking for a house isolated in the Hollywood Hills where he wants to live and doesn't want to be disturbed. It doesn't take long for Kate to fall in love with her new client and to learn that he's a real vampire. Written by Anonymous

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To the city of angels, comes the angel of death. See more »


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May 1989 (USA)  »

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Bram Stoker's To Die For  »

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Final film of Duane Jones. See more »

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Vlad Tsepsh: Do you know what it is not to feel separate? In one moment, something animalistic takes over. In one furious, exquisite act... you're lost.
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Connections

Followed by Son of Darkness: To Die for II (1991) See more »

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Sonata No.25 in F Major: Andante Comodo
Music by Domenico Scarlatti
Performed by Gita Karasik
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A very pleasant surprise!
14 August 2002 | by (Chyby, Poland) – See all my reviews

When I found this film in my local videostore I expected it to be another cheesy American vampire film in the same vein of "The Lost Boys"(1987).To my surprise "To Die for" is a really good movie.It's a little bit corny at times,but still there are enough stylish set-pieces and surprises to satisfy vampire enthusiasts.This is a perfect mix of romance and horror and it's surprisingly gory at times.Highly recommended.


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