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Bordello of Blood (1996)

The Crypt Keeper returns to tell the story of a funeral parlor that moonlights as a vampire bordello.

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Katherine Verdoux
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Lilith
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Reverend Current
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Caleb Verdoux
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McCutcheon
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Vincent Prather
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Tamara (as Ciara Hunter)
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Patrice
Juliet Reagh ...
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Miguel
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Reggie
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The old bag of bones 'Cryptkeeper' returns for his second full length feature flick about a funeral home that's a front for a whorehouse run by vampires. Written by Humberto Amador

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

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Rated R for horror violence and gore, sexuality, nudity and strong language | See all certifications »

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16 August 1996 (USA)  »

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$13,000,000 (estimated)

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$2,634,170 (USA) (16 August 1996)

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$5,587,855 (USA) (6 September 1996)
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William Sadler's cameo as the Mummy is extremely similar to a guest spot he did in an episode of the HBO series Tales from the Crypt: The Assassin (1994). In it, he plays the Grim Reaper and gets into a high stakes game of chance with the Crypt Keeper which includes a part where he chops off the Crypt Keeper's hand, just as he does in this movie. See more »

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When the Reverend finds Lilith disguised as Catherine in the basement, after she reveals herself, she moves the torture device up. It shows a shot from the back and you can see Catherine's clothing, even though Lilith turned back to her original form. See more »

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[On the phone with his ex-wife]
Rafe Guttman: I gotta go. Fuck you.
[hangs up]
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References The Lone Ranger (1949) See more »

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Tasty
Written by Solomon Monsoor (as Solomon Mansoor), Jan Pomerans and Steve Le Clair
Performed by Zen Cowboys
Courtesy of Moonshine Music
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Slightly inferior to Demon Knight, but in some ways better
27 July 2004 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

While I enjoyed the humor and the Crypt Keepers puns more in this than in Demon Knight, the overall experience of this is just slightly inferior. This one suffers mainly under not having such an entertaining villain/main monster as the first one; Lilith does have some decent lines, but almost all of them were sexual innuendos, which gets old a little too fast. The Collector was more entertaining, with his cynical and sarcastic personality. There's also less "action" in this one, though there might be slightly more gore. In this one, the plot also moves along a little too slowly, considering the fact that it's only meant as entertainment; with that in mind, you have to wonder why it takes so long to tell the story and get to the gore and blood. The ending sequence was also slightly less entertaining and exciting than the one in Demon Knight. Like Demon Knight, the film manages to bring in plenty of both sex and violence, often both at the same time. Apart from Rafe(Dennis Miller), there weren't really any interesting or entertaining characters. Miller does a really great job, portraying the type of character he usually does; a slimy, sarcastic jerk. That is the Miller that we fans know and love. It's nice to see him in a role that compliments his talents so well. The film, like Demon Knight, is very gory and violent, although apart from the Crypt Keepers puns, and some of Miller's lines, this didn't have that much to offer. It's good enough to watch, if you've got 90 minutes to kill, and you don't want to see Demon Knight, don't want to re-watch it, or can't find it. The films are both worth watching, but I'd suggest Demon Knight over this one. I recommend it(like the first) to fans of gory horror films, and people who just want to be entertained for 90 minutes without having to think very much. 6/10


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