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Song of the Vampire (2001)

Buried deep beneath the earth for a hundred years Jonathan had to sacrifice his own soul and become a vampire in order to find his true love. Meanwhile, a beautiful young woman, Victoria, ... See full summary »

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Denice Duff ...
Caroline / Victoria Thorn
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Jonathon Travers
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Rose
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Marty
Marilyn O'Connor ...
Aunt Zerelda
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Geoff, Morgue Attendant
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Maggie
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Police Officer Ben
Scott Spearman ...
Police Officer
Debbie Fleming ...
Erica Dunn / Singer in Club
R.W. Smith ...
Parole Officer (as Ron Smith)
Joss Martin ...
Man in Street
Tyler Stafford ...
Tyler
Dillon Crane ...
Young Boy
Paris Duff ...
Little Girl
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Buried deep beneath the earth for a hundred years Jonathan had to sacrifice his own soul and become a vampire in order to find his true love. Meanwhile, a beautiful young woman, Victoria, wakes from recurring dreams of a time when she was in love. It is clear that Victoria is Jonathan's true love and when they finally meet, they realize that their souls are forever intertwined. Victoria finds herself caught between her immortal love and her mortal ties. Jonathan has made the ultimate sacrifice for her - his own mortality. Will she now do the same for him?

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Vampire Resurrection  »

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Written by Bryan Corbett, Barry Michael Duff and 'Jeff Fedak'
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Nice directorial debut from Denice Duff
4 July 2003 | by (Missouri) – See all my reviews

This was a surprisingly good vampire film. If you like Denice in the Subspecies movies you will not be disappointed. She did an admirable job of both Director and lead Actress. It has the feel of a mid-1990's Full Moon picture, dark and gothic. A nice twist away from the standard script that one would expect. The romance is heavy in the plot, but I think it worked quite well. Geoffrey Lewis plays a memorable and often funny role as the mortician/coroner. The performance by James Horan as the sole Vampire was amazing...he reminded me very much of Jonathon Morris in "Vampire Journals" directed by Ted Nicolaou.

Song of The Vampire has been released on DVD as "Vampire Resurrection" from Shadow Entertainment. It contains over 30 minutes of Deleted & Extended scenes, Bloopers, Trailers, Photo montage, and full-length commentary by Denice Duff ... what more could you possibly ask for?!?!!!


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