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Song of the Vampire -- 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.


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4 June 2001 (USA) See more »
She awoke him from the grave to love again
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  (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


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Also Known As:
"Vampire Resurrection" - USA (DVD title)
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USA:77 min
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Rough edges but promising, 14 September 2003
Author: angelynx-2 from Washington DC, USA

Anyone who's read my Subspecies reviews knows I'm a big fan of those films and of the work of Denise Duff, so I was really looking forward to the arrival of this project. Well, I have to say it's not great, but I'm willing to cut Duff some slack; it shows a lot of style for a first project, she's clearly been a careful student during her projects with Full Moon, and I'll definitely be interested in any further directing work by her.

Though at FM she only worked on the Subspecies series, this movie seems more influenced by FM's other, more Gothic vampire epic "Vampire Journals", with James Horan as Jonathan almost a dead-ringer (sorry) for that film's Jonathan Morris as Ash (hmm, name coincidence?). Good-guy vampire Jonathan, whose lover Caroline died in his arms at the hand of a jealous husband, seeks her reincarnation and finds her as modern-day Victoria Thorn (Duff). No doubt Victoria is the one: she's not only been having nightmares of Caroline's death using the exact same footage we see in Jonathan's flashbacks, but she also has a jealous husband, this one a murderous psycho who's just gotten out of jail and serves gruesome notice that he has no plans to respect the judge's restraining order. --You can see exactly where this is going to go, but it's fun to watch it get there. Duff knows how to sell a vampire film: she wants to make a Gothic romance, but also knows you have to toss in some gore and nudity to keep the stake-and-slash crowd happy, and manages a fair (though not ideal) balance of the two elements. It's also a kick to spot the little Subspecies homages tossed in here and there, like the documentary on "Prince Vladislas of Romania" and the Nicolaou's Used & Antique Books shop. --The pacing's slow, some of the acting is dire (especially: Duff really should have reined in Mr. Thorn's teeth-gnashing psychotics), there are some awful lighting/scene matching glitches, and the token attempt at historical backstory is so lame it made me cringe (excuse me? crossbows and voodoo priestesses only 100 years ago? That's 1903!) But overall I enjoyed it; Horan and Duff are likeable and convincing in the leads, there are some nice visuals, and I'd call it well worth the time of any fan of Full Moon's vampire tales. I congratulate Duff on getting this project on the shelves and hope she will direct again in this vein (--sorry, couldn't resist).

(p.s.--I *loved* the careful note in the end-credits assuring the viewer that the role of "dead cat" was played by a slipper.)

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