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Bloodbath (1999)

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B-movie actresses are turning up dead, or simply vanishing, so two L.A. detectives are assigned to investigate. After some missteps, they begin to make some progress when a mysterious FBI ... See full summary »

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Countess Bathory / Elizabeth Bartholomew
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Maximillius Tscedronesciu / Max Zedron
Jennifer Patterson ...
Candi Cohen
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Charles Currier ...
Guy Ferencz
Dana Fredsti ...
Maggie Donovan (as Dana Thomas)
Anthony Martini ...
Tony Marten
Joey Pal ...
Chief McBain
Kathryn Cleasby ...
Tina
Debby Dodds ...
Miss Cluephone / Police Interviewee
Flame ...
Snake Dancer / Police Interviewee
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The Czygany (Klara's henchman) (as Chris Barbeau)
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B-movie actresses are turning up dead, or simply vanishing, so two L.A. detectives are assigned to investigate. After some missteps, they begin to make some progress when a mysterious FBI agent intrudes, sending the case in an entirely new direction. The cops learn that even someone who fails the Hollywood definition of a vampire may still be out for blood. Written by arthurblock

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cheezy community center weekend trip
28 June 2004 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

I think this videotaped movie was made in a community center where they have little kids' acting classes and clown classes and stuff. What a boring set! I was half expecting there to be ballet class in the next room!

Poorly edited and acted, but full of manly renaissance festival mullets and beer gutted heavy handed sword fights! The only semi-decent acting was by the detective lady, and even then, it wasn't very impressive.

So the plot is something like this - a theater group called Countess Productions has been taking in actresses off the streets of Hollywood and using them in their S&M "art" films. Then, they turn the ladies into vampires and have crazy orgy parties and other vampire stuff like that. This werewolf guy (who just says he's a werewolf but never actually turns into one. However, he gets it on with a girl in one scene and we see he is hairy enough as it is and probably wouldn't need a costume anyway!) and some police detectives are investigating unsolved murders and going to these parties and talking to the film directors about what's going on. They drink blood, have sex, sword fight and argue and that's about it. It's kind of amusing to me. I think the cast is full of Dungeons & Dragon guys and strippers.

There is one major goof that I saw, and I'm not good at picking these out, so it was REALLY obvious. At the beginning, the girl going for the audition is aimlessly walking around calling, "hello? anyone here?" over and over. She checks rooms and doors in the hallway and says, "no one's here. where is everybody?" Well, she flings open a door and you can see a mirror in the room that fully shows about 4 guys standing there talking and pointing at stuff. She shuts the door and says, "nobody's here!" It's a hugely obvious mistake and I watched it a few times because I couldn't believe they'd leave it in.

Anyway, I found this movie amusing and you might too.


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