A quiet suburban town is overrun by vampires! The once idyllic portrait of a typical American family now hosts spectacles of carnage behind every picket fence as the neighbors prowl the streets feasting on the dead and dying.
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Richard W. Munchkin
Don 'The Dragon' Wilson,
A travelling group of freaks, headed up by Pervo the Clown, go to a rural farm to take part in a webcast interview to help them gain more followers and make the public aware of their ... See full summary »
When a body is found floating in an upstate New York river, hard-drinking cop Joe Weldon is left with few clues. After uncovering the man's identity - an enigmatic simpleton named Hap - ... See full summary »
Two siblings played by William Baldin and Jodi Lyn O'Keefe travel to their families old, ancestrial estate upon the death of their father. They soon find out the hard way about their families ancient secret of witchcraft and the occult.
Marc S. Grenier
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe,
Selected by the DEA, a group of police cadets form a Narc unit to bust narcotic dealers along the Venice Beach Boardwalk. When a gang turf war leads to the death of one of the unit members,... See full summary »
Mark Boone Junior,
In Los Angeles, Detective Hank Holten is obsessed by his ex-wife, the writer of vampire novels Susan Hastings, stalking her and having drinking problems. His chief and friend, Captain John Billings, makes him promise to forget her and stop drinking, and assigns Hank to find Layla Simmons, who is missing and without notice to her family. Hank goes to a rave party, finds Layla, they go to an orgy party in an old building, and while having sex with her, Hank finds that the place is a vampire nest. He is bitten by the vampire-leader, but nobody believes on him. He looks for Susan to help him. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The movie was not bad. It wasn't great either. I enjoyed it, so it gets points for that. It was relatively predictable, the effects were kind of mediocre, but Lance Henrickson was good, the girls were cute, and it was about vampires, so hell, it couldn't be all bad. I think, had I paid 8.00 to see it in a theatre I would be a bit ragged off. But in that all I lost was a couple of hours on an early Saturday night... I am content. I would give it 6 fang marks out of 20 (remember there are two fang marks to each bite... smile) Watch it on Sci-Fi but I wouldn't spend more than a 4 dollar bargain bin price on the DVD if and when it comes out. As for me, I am going to pop open a pabst blue ribbon and watch House of 1000 Corpses again.
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