Harry Balbo, a nerdy and spineless flange salesman, witness a violent killing by a gorgeous female vampire in a alley. Nobody believes him, neither does the police. Obsessed by the woman, Harry soon contacts a neighbor named Strickland, who is a vampire hunter, because he wants to find her. They begin to track the zone where she hunts to locate her refuge... Written by
When the Vampire pulls Javier through the bars, he fits easily, therefore, the Vampire should have been able to escape at any time. Also, when he is being pulled through, his hand "bends" the bars slightly, showing that they are not as hard as thought. See more »
What are you looking for?
No. Can't believe, uh, you... you... you're here in my building. I mean, what, uh... what are the odds?
Impossible to one. That's why chance has got nothin' to do with it. When it happens like this... it's fate.
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Epilogue scenes are shown during the closing credits. See more »
I LOVED it! It is indeed what I would call a B Movie and truly almost a Black Comedy. Those are my favorites. There used to be a plethora of them in the 50's and 60's. This one is modern and fits the empty hole perfectly. It almost reminded me of Little Shop of horrors. The acting was not bad and filmography was a lot better than most. I watched 2 Vampire movies in the last couple of days, RISE with Lucy Liu and this one, Insatiable. Although they were quite different and RISE was obviously big buck, my entertainment factor was MUCH better with Insatiable. RISE was OK, and I do love Lucy Liu, and the movie was worth watching, but, again, I did get more enjoyment with this one. I hope they make more like this.
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