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An Irish Vampire in Hollywood (2007)

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An Irish vampire goes to Hollywood and kidnaps an artist's twin.



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Credited cast:
Ken Baker ...
Morgan-Ray Borck ...
Conor Coghlan ...
Mary Coghlan ...
Vincent Coppola ...
Bride Coughlan ...
James Coughlan ...
Herbert B. Fishberg ...
Paul A. Hardiman ...
The Creature / Seamus
Paddy Healy ...
Hailey Katz ...
Pegarty Long ...


When Hollywood beauty Manananaan is kidnapped by a creature of the night, artist sister Mara journeys to Ireland to rescue her. Resisting the powerful sensual allure of the demons of darkness, Mara finds the luck of the Irish turning against her. With creatures and lots of blood, this fight between good and evil has the Emerald Isle as its prize. When her beloved family starts dropping like flies, Mara must resist the powerful sensual allure of the demons of darkness and focus on her fight to capture or a secret serum which holds the promise of immortality before it falls into the wrong hands and threatens to unleash an eternal reign of terror. A tale of mystery, magic, faeries, mad scientists, blood, vampires and love. These ingredients are taken and folded into a mix, which contains a helping of Irish folklore. Written by Pegarty Long

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


The luck of the Irish just ran out... pray harder


Fantasy | Horror



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Release Date:

17 March 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Irish Vampire Goes West  »

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Box Office


$250,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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A wonderful trip thru the fantastic, the ghoulish and the eerie
13 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amazing, spell-binding. Mysterious.

Like The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, this film brings you inside its strange world of reality and doesn't let go. It chokes your soul and twists you into its tangled web of a brand new kitchy phantasmagoric horror tale.

Take the ride.

You will be glad you did. Why don't others make movies like this? Because they can't. Back in the golden age of silent films, audiences were held captives as the stories unfolded before their eyes.

This fabulous film has the rich tradition of silent films in its grasp as well as the forward "indie" direction that movies should be taking. This film has twists and turns and flashbacks and fantasy. There are vampires and fairies and Ireland.

Take the time to see this wonderful romp of a movie.

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