The accidental shooting of a toy collector leads to a society focused on vampires and a con artist.

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James Deakins
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Ron Carver
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Dorian Cavanaugh
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Arnold Pierce
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Lori Purcell / Jocelyn Shapiro
Shannon Burkett ...
Ronette
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Parker Chun (as Peter Kim)
Brett Christensen ...
Carl Rosenman
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Iris Bradbury
Patricia R. Floyd ...
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Brad Oscar ...
Mitch
Robert Gerard Larkin ...
Officer Olsen
Allyn Burrows ...
Milton Stronach
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The accidental shooting of a toy collector leads to a society focused on vampires and a con artist.

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30 January 2005 (USA)  »

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Collective, the magnifying glass Goren uses to examine the mark on the victim's arm is from a set of the compact edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. See more »

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When Goren and Eames visit the seamstress who designed the victim's Gothic costume, several of Vincent D'Onofrio's line are clearly written on the dress sketches he examines. See more »

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Detective Alexandra Eames: No wonder he was angry. She stole his robot.
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References Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986) See more »

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When fraud gone bad
13 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Sometimes some people deserve to die. The femme fatale behavior of the gorgeous, big-breasted Kim Director (she had a part in the awful Blair Witch II) put me in a bad mood. She takes advantage of shabby or shy guys (the dorky nerd at the beginning is pitiful) in order to drain their bank account. But it could happen that victim turns to perpetrator.

The vampire club is sad. OK, teenagers like bizarre stuff, but grown- up guys in their late thirties should have something better to do in their lives (the bald man, maybe the old one, is still living off his parents).

I don't understand how a balloon burst could be mistaken for gunshot, but I'm not a police officer LOL


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