A vampire is repulsed by the thought of killing in order to stay alive. He becomes the local blood bank's best customer. However, when the bank runs out of blood, he must take a hard look at his situation.

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George Lam ...
Rosamund Kwan ...
Norman Chu ...
Fung (as Norman Tsui Sui-Keung)
Shiu Hung Hui ...
Pak Lam Cheng ...
The Kid
Kan-Wing Tsang ...
Gregory Charles Rivers ...
Thief
Andy Tse ...
Man on Bridge
Hon Man Chan ...
Fung's Thug
Wai-To Chan ...
Fung's Thug
Choi-Chow Hoh ...
Fung's Thug
Jing-hung Kwok ...
Fung's Thug
Rocky Lai ...
Fung's Thug
Yiu Ging Lee ...
Fung's Thug
Wai Cheung Mak ...
Fung's Thug
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A vampire is repulsed by the thought of killing in order to stay alive. He becomes the local blood bank's best customer. However, when the bank runs out of blood, he must take a hard look at his situation.

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Comedy | Horror

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24 August 1990 (Hong Kong)  »

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A Bite of Love  »

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Fright Night (1985) can be seen playing on a television in a video store where Anna soon meets an occult expert. See more »

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When Duke Lee hurls himself out a window in an attempt to grab a young boy who is plummeting to the ground, the cable used to control his descent can be briefly seen. See more »

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O.K., I guess.
22 May 2015 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Hong Kong pop singer George Lam stars as a Dracula-like Vampire named Duke Lee who falls in love Anna (Rosamund Kwan) while in the mist of renouncing his vampire-sucking ways because the thought of biting humans does not appeal to him.

It's not the conventional ghost comedy or horror movies you've come to expect from Hong Kong, as the plot is set in England and the entire atmosphere give you a Transylvania/European feel. There is some excitement when Anna's brother, dying triad boss Fung (Norman Chu), becomes Duke's nemesis due to him needing blood himself to survive, making himself possess vampire traits. Caught in the mix is the ever so lovable Pak Lam Cheng, who portrays The Kid in the film.

Good potential for an interesting film, but it suffers from slow plot pacing and drawn-out scenes, but makes the story boring at times.

Grade C


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