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Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula -- After a heist goes wrong, outlaw couple Bonnie and Clyde crash a mansion inhabited by the recently revived Dracula. When gangsters meet vampires, there's bloody hell to pay.
Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula -- After their latest heist goes wrong legendary outlaw couple Bonnie & Clyde are on the run from the law and in need of fast money to fix up their companion who was shot during the robbery. Finding shelter in small town they crash at the mansion of the notorious Dr. Loveless. When Bonnie & Clyde arrive at the Doctor's mansion they discover he has a secret.


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After a heist goes wrong, outlaw couple Bonnie and Clyde crash a mansion inhabited by the recently revived Dracula. When gangsters meet vampires, there's bloody hell to pay. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Tiffany Shepis ... Bonnie

Trent Haaga ... Clyde
Allen Lowman ... Dr. Loveless / Chick
Jennifer Friend ... Annabel
Russell Friend ... Dracula
T. Max Graham ... Jake
Martin F. Glynn ... Henry
Anne Willow ... Rosie / Farmer's Wife

Anita Cordell ... Liza

Ari Bavel ... Older Moonshiner
Alex 'Fish' Friend ... Moonshine Kid
Jordan Baranowski ... Moonshiner
Toby Tolbert ... Lead Hillbilly
Jeff Sisson ... Hillbilly Rapist #2

Brook Edward Penca ... Cop #1
Michael Friedlander ... Cop #2
Seymour Noone ... Farmer
Carl Wallace ... Ed
Jared Reck ... Horace
Haley Cordell ... Fruitstand Girl
Siouxxsie Harper ... Prostitute
Mary Wilkens ... Dinner Guest #1
Janet Sourk ... Dinner Guest #2
Robert Shultz ... Dinner Guest #3
Garland Greiner ... Dinner Guest #4
Rebecca Ray ... Dinner Guest #5
Bryan Davis ... Vampire #1
Donna M. Davis ... Vampire #2
Penny Harzi ... Vampire #3
Robert Potter ... Vampire #4
Sam Hendrix ... Vampire #5
Audrey Wilson ... Vampire #6
Chris Carter ... Vampire #7
Amber Underwood ... Vampire #8
Kari Paxton ... Vampire #9
Anthony Paxton ... Vampire #10
Edward Franklin ... Vampire #11
Kim Varner ... Vampire #12
Austin Fraser ... Vampire #13
Gretchen L. Webster ... Vampire #14
Emily Foster ... Vampire #15
Jessica Doyle ... Vampire #16 (as Jessica Cooper)
Lance Schellhorn ... Vampire #17
Scott Decker ... Vampire #18
JoAnn Imre ... Vampire #19
Ron L. Wilborn Jr. ... Vampire #20
Sadie Rehnke ... Hallway Body
Katie Barker ... Dead Prostitute
Thomas Hadden ... Corpse
Harley ... The Dog

Directed by
Timothy Friend 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Timothy Friend  writer

Produced by
Joseph Allen .... producer
Jeff Chitty .... assistant producer
Jennifer Friend .... producer
Emily Iorg .... line producer
Tiffany Shepis .... associate producer
Robert Shultz .... assistant producer
Janet Sourk .... assistant producer
Deny Staggs .... assistant producer
Original Music by
Joseph Allen 
Cinematography by
Todd Norris 
Film Editing by
Timothy Friend 
Todd Norris 
Art Direction by
Nita Norris 
Costume Design by
Sandy Archinal 
Jean Baker 
Pauline Carrel (costume alterations)
Cassandra Nedblake 
Makeup Department
Staci Broski .... assistant makeup artist
Jan Delouage .... specialty hair
Bennie Hamilton .... special makeup effects artist
Amy Hubbard .... key makeup artist
Karen Redmond .... hair stylist
Tony Redmond .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Rachel Skidmore .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bonita Butner .... assistant director
Art Department
Ron Hayes .... head carpenter
Sound Department
Tony Grossi .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Ryan Oliphant .... special effects makeup
Jeff Sisson .... special effects makeup
Camera and Electrical Department
Jordan Baranowski .... grip
Jason Cantu .... Steadicam operator
Jason Cantu .... camera operator
Jason Cantu .... gaffer
Jason Cantu .... jib operator
Bryan Davis .... second assistant camera
Michael Forester .... still photographer
Kristen Hellstrom .... still photographer
Kevin Mullin .... first assistant camera
Todd Norris .... camera operator
Tony Ontiveros .... grip
Rodney Reagan .... gaffer
Rodney Reagan .... generator operator
Taylor Sloan .... electrician
Aleks Yatskevich .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jolitta .... costume designer: Rosie's Dress
Mary Wilkens .... wardrobe assistant
Transportation Department
Kim Hayes .... production driver
Michael Yelton .... vintage vehicle coordinator
Other crew
Christopher Abbott .... production accountant
Glen Archinal .... craft service
Sandy Archinal .... craft service
David Baker .... craft service
Jean Baker .... head craft service
Katie Barker .... production assistant
Evan Frederick .... production assistant
Michael Friedlander .... script supervisor
Alex 'Fish' Friend .... production assistant
Thomas Hadden .... production assistant
Aaron Laue .... production assistant
Young Han C. Lester .... production assistant
Devin Blue Lightle .... production assistant
Cheryl Little .... production assistant
Kyle Little .... production assistant
Matt Little .... production assistant
Arline Mase .... craft service
Grant Metcalf .... production assistant
Jarod Pharis .... production assistant
Toby Tolbert .... lead key production assistant
Sarah Whorton .... production assistant
Linda Wiedmaier .... production assistant
Mary Blakley .... special thanks
Nancy Chitty .... special thanks
Olin Cox .... special thanks
Janet Sourk .... special thanks
Charles Welbourne .... special thanks

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Nice Low Budget Offering, 10 July 2011
Author: Tom Fowler ( from Overland Park, KS

Bonnie and Clyde vs. Dracula is a better film than the title suggests. I have mixed emotions about this as I normally like for my bad films to be truly bad, but will admit to being pleasantly surprised by the story and production values.

Keep in mind I am reviewing a low budget film here. The acting was surprisingly good and, at 90 minutes, the story was neither too short nor too long. I thought Tiffany Shepis as the murderous Bonnie made the film and the other players, all unknowns (at least, unknown to me) were surprisingly colorful and good. Jennifer Friend as the dim-witted Annabel was a treat as well.

The plot is about what you would expect with a title such as this one. Bonnie and Clyde are out in the country hiding from the law and planning their next heist when they unexpectedly meet up with the evil Dr. Loveless and, you guessed it, the Prince of Darkness himself. This is as far as I will go on story explanation, the title says it all.

It doesn't matter to me if the story makes sense or is historically factual in regards to Bonnie and Clyde, but I was a bit frustrated by the fact that I had trouble determining whether this was (a) horror, (b) comedy horror spoof or (c) a gangster film. It is hard to mix genres within one production and that was, at times, uncomfortably apparent. But, it was not so bad as to ruin the production and, aside from that, Bonnie and Clyde vs.Dracula is a delightful film and nice addition to my library of B-horror.

Shot in 2008 around the St. Joseph, MO. area, near my home, I looked for this one on DVD for a long time. Per its website, it made the rounds of the film festival circuit in Kansas and Missouri before being offered on DVD. It was worth the wait. It fits nicely with such 1960s films as Billy the Kid vs. Dracula and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter. I am very pleased to see films such as these back in production. If you, as I, love films such as this one, I encourage you to add it to your library. I got my DVD from Amazon and it costs around $10.00, including shipping.

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