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The Wicked (1987)

Outback Vampires (original title)
What happens when two rodeo men and a female hitchhiker go up against vampire.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Richard Morgan ...
Nick
Angela Kennedy ...
Lucy
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Bronco
John Doyle ...
Sir Alfred Terminus
Maggie Blinco ...
Agatha / Frau Etzel
David Gibson ...
George
Antonia Murphy ...
Samantha
Lucky Grills ...
Humphrey
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Stinger (as Ric Carter)
Andy Devine ...
Jock
David Whitford ...
Ambrose
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Mavis
John Farndale ...
Herbert
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Andy Clayton-Smith ...
Member of Perfect Strangers
Noel Davies ...
Member of Perfect Strangers
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Australian rodeo men Bronco and Rick pick up hitchhiker Lucy on their way to a rodeo. However, after taking a wrong turn, their car breaks down in a spooky town and they are forced to ask for help at the decrepit Terminus Manor. When they discover that the manor residents are actually a group of hungry vampires, the trio must struggle to fight off the bloodsuckers and get out of town. Written by Paul Gerard Kennedy

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16 October 1991 (USA)  »

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Originally screened as part of a series of tele-moves called "Tomorrow's News". See more »

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Just Begun
Written by Andy Clayton-Smith, Noel Davies, and Perfect Strangers
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Great Saturday night mad movie
18 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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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