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A group of office workers decide to have a party in the office building. Among other things, they want to have some drugs there. Their conversation on the subject is overheard by Joe Vickers, which is rather unfortunate for them, since Joe Vickers is a policeman. Even more unfortunate is the fact that Vickers is also an undead psychotic satanist, and instead of arresting them, he will make sure that nobody leaves the party alive... Written by
>Jaromir "Vassago" Krol <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In this fine film Bobby Ray Shafer gives a gripping performance as Officer Joe Vickers. Officer Vickers over hears plans of an office party where he might find a lot of illegal activity. I found Officer Vickers to be a devoted Police Officer/Satanist, a man who loves his work, and very entertaining. The other characters, however, are so dumb and annoying that they should probably be removed from the gene pool anyway. You can't say he doesn't follow procedure, after all who could forget him reading that guy his rights. Why Oscar passed this one over is beyond me.
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