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Vampire Night (2000)

| Comedy, Horror
When Peggy Johansen runs off to Hollywood to be a big star her dreams turn into a nightmare. Seems her talent agent has a pact with a cult of beautiful vampire vixens. He supplies the blood... See full summary »
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Jimmy Jerman ...
Carl
Eden Rae ...
Miss X
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Vezrech
Pat Downey ...
Johhny Hollywood
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Kat Facchino
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Vampire Woman
Heather Metcalfe
Avery Misuraca
Les Sekely ...
The Homeless Man
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When Peggy Johansen runs off to Hollywood to be a big star her dreams turn into a nightmare. Seems her talent agent has a pact with a cult of beautiful vampire vixens. He supplies the blood suckers with fresh victims. Now Peggy has become a part of their food chain and its up to her brother to bring her back home. Written by UP

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Another modern-day vampire movie
17 September 2004 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

It seems that at some point, vampires could only be found centuries ago, hiding out in European castles. Not anymore!

Now there is a ton of movies that show them all over the place, enjoying the city night life. Don't be taken in by how charming, sophisticated, or good looking they are - - they are still a menace!

This story concerns an attractive young woman who comes to Hollywood to become a star. Her agent, a sleazy slime-bag if ever there was one, made big promises about how her career would blossom, and so she left the comfort and security of her home to follow her dream. She quickly vanishes and her brother (who conveniently knows martial arts and is built like a brick wall) comes looking for her...

This was shot on a low budget. But it does NOT show, since it was well-acted and competently edited. There is very little vulgarity or nudity, since the story holds its own well enough. The characters are also believable, and the fighting scenes are effective. Anyone living in Los Angeles should recognize some the of locations where this story takes place.

A good movie!


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