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Maximillian is the only survivor from a race of vampires on a Caribbean Island, and as a vampire, he must find a mate to keep the line from ending. He knows that a child had been born to a woman who had a vampire father, and he searches for her in Brooklyn. Rita's mother, who has died in an asylum, was that woman and Rita has nightmares that she does not understand. Not knowing that she is part vampire, Max woos her and attempts to bring her to her blood sucking destiny. Even though Rita has strange dreams and actions, Justice, her partner, has feelings for her and does not want her involved with this stranger Max. But it is Rita who must decide her destiny. Written by
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After Julius the Ghoul loses his hand, you can see it several times while he's driving the limo, encased in a latex glove. This is before he acquires the mannequin hand that he shows Maximillian. See more »
[Julius is afraid that Maximillian wants to feed on him. Max pulls a bit of Tony the gangster out of his teeth]
"I just had Italian."
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Why oh why, oh why? This film is bad, very bad indeed with little to no redeeming features. I have read that Wes Craven had real problems with Eddie Murphy on set and am prepared to cut him some slack for the films he had previously and subsequently made, as for Mr. Murphy this man had had enough chances he should not be allowed near a screen again (even 'Donkey' in wearing thin). This 'urban' take on the classic Dracula story is lame with Murphy hogging the screen and showing the acting subtlety of a nuclear missile. One wonders what the very talented Angela Basset must have been thinking during the production of this movie. The supporting cast are such run of the mill black stereotypes with nothing to flesh out their characters and Murphy really does not understand his role. Avoid this like the plague.
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