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Club Vampire (1998)

R | | Horror | Video 27 October 1998
Watching the sun sink below the Pacific horizon is the closest that Zero [John Savage] can come to making himself feel almost human again...and this is only after 1,000 years of slowly ... See full synopsis »

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Zero
Starr Andreeff ...
Corri
Mariam Parris ...
Alko (as Marriam Parris)
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Kiddo
Diana Frank ...
Laura
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Max
Viktoria Chapman ...
Melanie
Sarah Shackleton ...
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Tony Ervolina ...
Suave Man
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Gang Member #1
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Donald Sager ...
Man
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Ragamuffin Girl
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Watching the sun sink below the Pacific horizon is the closest that Zero [John Savage] can come to making himself feel almost human again...and this is only after 1,000 years of slowly acclimatizing himself to small amounts of sunlight to build up his resistance. Zero is a vampire. He lives with his "family" -- two female vampires, Alko [Marriam Parris] and Laura [Diana Frank], and a green-haired vampire dwarf they call Kiddo [Michael J. Anderson].

Watching the sun sink below the Pacific horizon is the closest that Corri [Starr Andreeff] can come to clearing her mind of the thoughts that haunt her. Corri is not a vampire, but she lives the vampire lifestyle, sleeping days and turning tricks at night as an exotic dancer at an underground nightclub called Club Vampire. [The doorway is framed by a huge vampire head. Patrons walk in through the fanged mouth.] Both Zero and Corri are bored with their lives, which are about to merge.

After accepting a few bucks to have sex with Laura on the ...

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Rated R for strong violence and gore, sexual content and some language | See all certifications »
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Absolutely awful

I first came upon this movie in a video store looking for a horror movie to pass the time later that night. The back sounded interesting, so I grabbed it and took it home. This has to be one of the worst movies in cheesy movie history. The acting was, for the most part, terrible, and the plot had no real meaning. The film and graphics were also extremely bad and the ending was extremely stupid. Needless to say, the movie was returned and replaced on the shelf for the next poor movie watcher that stumbles upon it. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.


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