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Featuring James Hong and Martin Kove, this action-packed horror film strikes a chord with viewers as they follow the story of an elite unit of FBI agents, hunting a conniving vampire in a small Nevada town. Can they stop him before he completes an ancient ritual that will make him the Ultimate Vampire or will he destroy not only them, but the world? Written by
A dumb script sinks a game cast in a tale of a vampire in a gentleman's club
Vampire is being hunted by the FBI. When an attempt to get him goes horribly wrong the vampire flees and sets up shop in a strip club. What the hell is James Hong doing in this film? Clearly he needed the money. The same could be said for Martin Kove, the other big name. A low budget film, made with some ability (The cast mostly tries to sell it), this has a script that just doesn't work, I mean give them points for needing a Chinese master to kill the Chinese(?) vampire but the rest of the film is utter nonsense. You know you're in trouble when I tell you the most interesting thing in a film are the girls in the strip club and their assets. Granted I've seen dumber films than this but that isn't saying much. Take a pass.
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