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4 June 2001 (USA) See more »
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She awoke him from the grave to love again
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Pretty Lame. See Subspecies for Denice Duff at her best instead. See more (10 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Denice Duff ... Caroline / Victoria Thorn

James Horan ... Jonathon Travers

Jillian McWhirter ... Rose

Frank Bruynbroek ... Marty
Marilyn O'Connor ... Aunt Zerelda

Geoffrey Lewis ... Geoff, Morgue Attendant

Julie Michaels ... Maggie

John Mese ... 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

Directed by
Denice Duff 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ron Ford 
Jose Prendes 

Produced by
Caprice Conley .... line producer
Michael J. Mahoney .... co-producer
Charles Band .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Paul Deng 
Gary E. Milton 
 
Film Editing by
Chris Conlee 
Steven Nielson 
Fred Roth 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brandon Rafferty .... first assistant director
 
Sound Department
Klint Macro .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Walsh .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Music Department
Edward Douglas .... composer: main titles (as Midnight Syndicate)
Midnight Syndicate .... composer: main title and additional music
 
Thanks
Todd Fischer .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Vampire Resurrection" - USA (DVD title)
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USA:77 min
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Referenced in Something to Scream About (2003) (V)See more »
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1 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Pretty Lame. See Subspecies for Denice Duff at her best instead., 15 November 2005
Author: JohnnyLarocque from Toronto, Canada

I love vampire films, but this one had nothing new to add to the genre. On top of being painfully low budget, the boom mic dips into every other scene. Why wasn't this caught in editing? The story is predictable and awkwardly slow paced. The vampire, who is supposed to be a good guy, takes some peoples lives without a second thought. It doesn't really make any sense.

To be honest, I got this movie on DVD because I am a huge fan of Denice Duff's work on the Subspecies series. In Subspecies, she's hauntingly beautiful, and was the perfect vampire. I was hungry to see more of her. In this film however, she is not a vampire, and her character is pretty weak. She does have one love scene which is unfortunately PG-13.

Pretty lame overall. I'd recommend skipping this movie and picking up Subspecies instead.

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