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The Bite (2005)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 10 August 2005
Vampires have taken over the world but one man aided with the mysterious Madame Ora is going to fight the vampires and give the earth back to the humans.

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William August ...
Blabbering man
Frank Burns ...
Elijah
Chris C. Conklin ...
Good
Dave Flood ...
Mini vampire
Noel Maree ...
Madame Ora
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Marly Fanson / The Destroyer
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Karen Thomas ...
Vampire / woman
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Nick Hazzard
M. Catherine Holseybrook Wynkoop ...
Karen Webber (as M. Catherine Holseybrook)
Jackie Youmas ...
Orion
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Vampires have taken over the world but one man aided with the mysterious Madame Ora is going to fight the vampires and give the earth back to the humans.

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The whole world has gone to Hell, but one man has gone to get it back.

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BLADE needs some tanning booth !
19 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Stars: Joel D. Wynkoop in a Joel D. Wynkoop flick.

Released in DVD 'Box -O-Vision' ! So, Wynkoop has some action skills,still.

Catherine,One of the lead females,Is Joel's wife and she and him even on screen have this chemistry that is nice to see in Micro-cinema.

Joel has been wearing glasses for decades now and in opening fight it's obvious that he is aware of distraction,But we did'nt ask Chuck Norris to shave ever again or Stallone to ease off the juice.

Another unique aspect of the 'Wynkoop School' of film-making is the mixed races playing all kinds of characters,That is great casting.

The vampire angles kind of comes and goes,They are mostly in the sun in scenes and stakes kill them and some kind of heart thump with Wynkoop fists and some kind of uber shot to neck.


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