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Release Date:
25 June 2005 (USA) See more »
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Evil that cannot be contained. See more »
Plot:
A fallen foot tall Homunculus called Marvin (a part human/part reptile creature) is imprisoned in a birdcage by a vengeful lover who is bidding to become the world's most powerful vampire. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

Phil Fondacaro ... Ivan

April Gilbert ... Tami
Raelyn Hennessee ... Spyce

C. Courtney Joyner ... Club Patron (as Courtney Joyner)

Daniel Lennox ... Dex

Debra Mayer ... Morella
Jill Michelle ... Sugar
Brian Muir ... Club Patron
Harmony Rose ... Jazzmin

John F. Schaffer ... Lester
Roger Toussaint ... Bruce
Jessie K. Walters ... Stripper (Patty)

Directed by
Charles Band 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Charles Band  story
Domonic Muir  (as August White)

Produced by
Charles Band .... executive producer
Charles Band .... producer
Joe Dain .... line producer
Jeremy Gordon .... associate producer (as Jeremy 'Flash' Gordon)
Jethro Rothe-Kushel .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
James T. Sale 
 
Cinematography by
Keith J. Duggan 
 
Film Editing by
Danny Draven 
 
Casting by
Jeremy Gordon  (as Jeremy 'Flash' Gordon)
 
Production Design by
Elvis Strange 
 
Set Decoration by
Brian Ferguson 
 
Costume Design by
William Thomas 
 
Makeup Department
Crystal Blair .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jethro Rothe-Kushel .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nick Ameln .... second assistant director
Aaron Steele-Nicholson .... first assistant director (as Aaron Steele)
 
Art Department
John King .... set dresser
Spencer Rothermel .... art department assistant
 
Sound Department
Andrew Braswell .... sound mixer
Ryan Kaiser .... boom operator
Chuck Stomboli .... foley artist
 
Visual Effects by
Christopher Bergschneider .... creature effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dimitris Bogiantzis .... gaffer
Dimitris Bogiantzis .... gaffer: second unit
Ryan Brookhart .... still photographer
Amanda Marie Campbell .... key grip: second unit
Shaun Drees .... first assistant camera: second unit
David Formica .... grip
Hilario Gonzalez .... gaffer (as Larry Gonzales)
Miles Gutkin .... grip: second unit
Gor Haroutunian .... dolly grip
Brian J. Kronenberg .... key grip: second unit (as Brian Kronenberg)
Kim Kroonenburg .... second assistant camera: second unit
James Naish .... second assistant camera
Michael Rizzi .... first assistant camera
Jethro Rothe-Kushel .... still photographer
Antonio Ruvalcaba .... grip
Adam Treichman .... director of photography: second unit
Lisa Wolfson .... camera loader: second unit
 
Animation Department
Brad Hoplock .... animator: main title animation
 
Casting Department
Katy Divine .... casting associate
Dayle Tonneson .... assistant to casting director
 
Editorial Department
Bobby Booberman .... assistant on-line editor
John Escobar .... post-production coordinator
Casey Ethelson .... additional editor
Jeff Goofson .... on-line editor
Donald Stevenson .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Michael Bennett .... production assistant
Christopher Bergschneider .... puppeteer
Bennah Burton-Burtt .... assistant: Charles Band
Marcos Calderon .... production assistant
Diane Collins .... script supervisor
Maxwell Fasen .... production assistant
Paul Fleck .... production assistant
Brian Garton .... production assistant
Ron Lipnitski .... color correction engineer
Luka .... truck rental
Rob McIntyre .... production assistant
Henry Rubio .... location coordinator
Christopher Shaw .... director of international sales
Andrew Steiner .... executive in charge of distribution
 
Thanks
Evans Butterworth .... special thanks
Byron Davis .... special thanks
Courtney Evans .... special thanks
Jesus Huerta .... special thanks
Alex Ortiz .... special thanks
John Poupis .... special thanks
Marc E. Spivey .... special thanks
 

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67 min
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Canada:16+ (Québec) | UK:18

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Shot in six days.See more »
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Edited from Vampire Journals (1997) (V)See more »
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Decadent Sleazil, 7 September 2008
Author: barnthebarn from Oxford, England

Particularly odd movie from Charles Band and his Full Moon studio. With a cast of merely 10 people and a hour running time there is little chance to really develop the story. Debra Mayer is suitably sexy and superbly acts in the main role. Not sure what Phil Fondacaro is doing with a kind of Sherlock Gnomes (sorry, that was bad but so is his performance here) chasing vampires and the like. Mayer is not too happy at this and alongside a horny Marin (small bloody looking puppet) seeks to destroy him but then perhaps Marvin has plans of his own. Lots of sex (including ugly puppet sex) this feels more sleazy that other Band films, mainly I think, because of the awfully weak story. The first 10 minutes of the movie are merely randomly edited segments of Subspecies movie 'Vampire Journals' explaining the legend of Radu (Subspecies vampire) and Ivan's (Fondacaro) task to track vampires like Radu-his arch enemy. Charles Band takes credit for the song 'Dance Trance' though anyone who has seen 'Run, Lola, Run' will know that this is actually Franke Potente's song from this with slightly different words. Naughty. Production company is 'Astonishing Features' but that is a far off mark this time, though fun none the less.

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