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Big Bad Ralph ...
Butch
Kelly Chapman ...
Frank
Max Crawdaddy ...
Deke
John Flaus ...
Mr. Fetish
Michael Helms ...
Brother Thiatus
Lex Middleton ...
Brother Bob
Paul Moder ...
Steig
Phil Motherwell ...
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Robert James O'Neill ...
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Ian Rilen ...
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Colin Savage ...
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Jane Stuart Wallace ...
Lear
Richard Wolstencroft ...
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James Young ...
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Three vampires wander the streets of Melbourne killing, screwing and taking drugs. They decide to carry out a heist, stealing three million and attracting the attention of various psychotics, who chase them through a blood spattered odyssey into the Melbourne underground. Written by <freddie@axis.jeack.com.au>

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The film was dedicated to two veteran Australian actors who were to have been in the cast but died before the film was released - Frank Thring and Shelia Florence. Their roles were eventually played by John Flaus and Esme Melville. See more »

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Tad: I say fuckin' A!
Frank: You always say "fuckin' A."
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So bad it's good, really...
5 May 2003 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

Let me start by saying this: if you go into this movie expecting the next Interview With the Vampire or Lost Boys, you're in for a HUGE disappointment. If, on the other hand, you are a fan of cheesy, low budget schlock films, this is the film for you. It is a little reminiscent of Peter Jackson's early efforts (Bad Taste & Brain Dead), and is of about the quality you would expect from a first year film student. I had the good fortune to see this movie at a rare screening during an alternative film festival in Melbourne. The cast is a who's who of Melbourne (Australia) pseudo-celebrities (particularly from local radio station RRR). As has been noted, the special effects (gore effects) are very cheap and nasty, but in a way that actually adds to them. The characters are comic-book like, totally unbelievable but pretty funny. The movie also features a pumping industrial soundtrack, with bands like Revolting Cocks, Lead Into Gold and 1000 Homo DJs. Coincidentally, all three of these bands are projects of industrial guru Al Jourgensen (Ministry). There is no denying the acting is terrible, but as far as I know, none of these people are professional actors. There are some very violent confrontations, some good toilet humour, and grossout scenes aplenty. If you can ignore the poor acting and low budget, and enjoy a good, violent schlock comedy, then you will like Bloodlust.


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