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Jugular Wine: A Vampire Odyssey (1994)

Unrated | | Horror
An anthropologist, on a sea voyage to Alaska, meets a beautiful woman aboard the ship, who turns out to be a vampire and attacks and bites him. As he begins to slowly transform into one of ... See full summary »

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Shaun Irons ...
James Grace
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Frank
Meghan Bashaw ...
Megan
Grace Gongliewski ...
Pamela
Gordon Capps ...
Richard Sartony
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Gallery speaker
Allien Davis ...
Administrator
Mike Mararian ...
Student
Ed Lee ...
Student
Rachelle Packer ...
Monica
Hank Helms ...
Dead man
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Alfred Car ...
Bouncer
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Ryuko Wakabayashi ...
Dr. Donna Park
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An anthropologist, on a sea voyage to Alaska, meets a beautiful woman aboard the ship, who turns out to be a vampire and attacks and bites him. As he begins to slowly transform into one of the undead, he starts a journey around the country, searching for answers. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Cool, Creepy and Creative
28 November 2004 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

I liked Jugular Wine for its wonderful creativity and its interesting use of camera effects. For a low-budget film, I thought the director did a great job of making it look bigger than it was. I liked the scene locations which added much to the film's intrigue. The dark plot keeps you hooked as you wonder where all of this will lead. The really cool thing is the surprising cameos of all the infamously famous and pseudo-famous people who grace the screen. This is sure to become a cult classic along the lines of Ed Wood films, although with better acting. The little girl melts your heart and steals the movie when she's on screen. I recommend it for those die-hard vampire and dark film fans. It's entertaining, creepy and downright interesting.


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