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Gypsy Vampire (2005)

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Credited cast:
Mark Byrne ...
Gravedigger #2
J.C. Durham ...
Campground Worker #1
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Cap
Gail Maureen Hansen ...
Queenie / Gail - Cap's wife
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andy Bakener ...
Cemetery Forman
Carol Baker ...
Café Hostess #1
Davida Gypsy Breier ...
Expectant Mother
Donna Carter ...
Prostitute
Wayne Coleman ...
Card Player
Bill Crandall ...
Dealer / Zombie #3
Robin Creasen
Diane Dorris ...
Missy
John Durham ...
Doctor Cabasa
Kathi Garman ...
Lucy
Janette Grant ...
Café Hostess #2
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Horror

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Not Rated
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25 June 2005 (USA)  »

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$1,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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The only thing worse then this film
27 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a fan of Ed Wood, I thought I'd check out what one of his co-stars had produced. This piece of junk is far worse then anything Ed ever made and even gives "the village people-can't stop the music" a good challenge as the worst movie I have ever seen. the only movie I have seen that could possibly be worse is one a friend sent me from kenya called "Mob Doc". I tried watching Mob Doc but had to turn it off after 35 minutes because it was just sooooo bad. At least I made it all the way through gypsy vampire, but I will say that sitting through a movie that is this bad can be extremely painful. I usually enjoy bad movies for the humor of the bad dialog, acting and (not so) special effects but gypsy vampire is so incredibly bad it surpasses the realm of "bad" in an Ed Wood sense to the realm of "complete waste of film".


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