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Lightweight but fun vampire flick with decent production values
"The Insatiable" is a well-made vampire comedy horror with a decent cast and direction. Sean Patrick Flanery plays Harry Balbo, a man who witnesses a horrific vampire killing during his visit to his local convenience store. Balbo becomes obsessed with tracking the beautiful female vampire (Charlotte Ayanna) down and is successful in imprisoning her in his basement.
Ayanna is a convincing screen siren and it's easy to see how Balbo becomes her unwitting helper. Michael Biehn plays a seasoned vampire hunter - it's a small role but he makes the most of it.
7 out of 10. The ending's a bit rushed but this is a reasonable horror comedy. Worthy of a rental.
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