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This is an interesting low budget horror/vampire flick. It's based on a famous short story that I wouldn't mind reading sometime. It also has a nice, sexy, sweaty Miami Art Deco setting.
Kristina Fulton, the always great Leon Herbert and director Jon Jacobs are in good form in this film. Jacobs even has an off the wall cameo as a punk rock psychopath! I think he was channeling the spirit of Johnny Rotten for that performance.
It isn't a perfect film, rough around the edges in parts, and I'm sure the newly restored Director's DVD Cut is much improved over the theatrical release. Be sure to check that out.
And be sure to catch Jon Jacob's new film HEY DJ soon. That's a much more mainstream and kickarse comedy that's coming out soon! HEY DJ!
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