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Blood on the Highway (2008)

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The citizens of sleepy small town Fate, TX gather for the grand opening of Consumart, a shiny new one-stop-shopping box store. The eager consumers gleefully pour into the store as the doors... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Deva George ...
Robin Gierhart ...
Tony Medlin ...
Laura Stone ...
Chris Gardner ...
Louis Debois
Old Zeke (as Richard Lee Olsen)
Bill Rhoten ...
Bone's Dad
James Hoke ...
Vamp Representative
Casey Wickson ...
Charlie Papathanasiou ...
Percy Dumpston
Blair Rowan ...
Consumart Greeter
Store Clerk 1


The citizens of sleepy small town Fate, TX gather for the grand opening of Consumart, a shiny new one-stop-shopping box store. The eager consumers gleefully pour into the store as the doors open at sundown. Why is the grand opening at sundown? Who cares, they've got cut-rate prices on plasma screens and baby clothes! DVDs! Mayonnaise! Coffins! Coffins? And before they have to time to really question this item, terror ensues and the store erupts into a bloodbath. A few weeks later, three oblivious, self-absorbed twenty somethings - CARRIE, SAM, and BONE - head out on a road trip to Mr. Fire (a festival which shares only minor non-litigious similarities, all of a purely coincidental nature, to Burning Man) and accidentally wander into Fate, unaware of its population's ill-fated transformation... into vampires. Being that the heroes are 20-somethings, they do it. Carrie, a shallow hothead, is dating Sam's wallet, er, Sam, who is a whiny, naive, hypochondriac rich boy. Bone, a callous ... Written by blareruin

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Comedy | Horror

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Rated R for strong bloody horror violence throughout, pervasive language including graphic crude sexual dialogue, and some sexuality

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28 March 2008 (USA)  »

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Legion der Vampire  »

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1.78 : 1
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Prepare for the horror! Hang on for the parody!
13 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

Imagine if a comedian who specialized in myelopathy humor--and only myelopathy humor decided to take his humor to the broad general audience that is the world, and you will understand the primary--and big--flaw of this movie.

This is a Mad-magazine style parody of more R-rated vampire horror movies. The characters play their parts mostly straight, except for the occasionally annoying pose as they wait for the audience to appreciate their brilliant quip (tips for next time, director--let loose the joke and keep rolling and let the audience mind try to keep up), and playing it straight with the ridiculous (deliberately) script helps a lot.

The movie does start off slow as the three protagonist have difficulty carrying scenes by themselves. Once they get to town, however, and the survivalist and family come into play the movie does well. The exception being is they really want to hammer a joke in over and over and over and over again...hey, we got it the first time, it was funny, now move on.

Laura Stone ('Lynette') deserves the most credit here. She gets the best, most shocking and humorous lines, and she delivers them like a pro.

One does have to wonder if the three protagonist (Bone, Sam and Carrie) awkward acting is a deliberate tribute to other lousy horror movies or simply a testament to their inability to act--it really is hard to tell.

So if you are looking for a rich and subtle clever comedy about vampire horror--then head somewhere else. You will hate it. If you are ready for a parody rich in brain-dead humor, then slide yourself up on the couch, and plop it in.

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