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This is definitely one of the most bazaar films I've seen in a while. If you like Comedy-B-Vampire Movies, put this on your list. I think the world need a bit more Aussie vampire movies!
Don't look for great acting, exciting SFX, think Rocky picture + Plan 9 from outer space meets the Munsters. The film has no real blood and guts, in fact I don't think any one actually dies, some great villains even a giant Vampire!
Sit back with some friends and have a good laugh, and enjoy a Campy little Indy file that actually has some great ideas and does not take it self to seriously.
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