In Montreal, Joey is the lead singer of the struggling band "The Winners", composed by the sexy bass singer Jennifer, the guitarist Tyler, the drummer Sam and the handyman Hugo. Their incompetent and alcoholic manager Jeff is incapable to help them to reach success and they are on the road on tour playing in clubs and bars in Canada and United States of America. After a show in a bar in Montreal, Jennifer, who is also the Joey's former girlfriend, leaves the place with the creepy Queeny, who is a vampire, and they spend the night together. On the next morning, Jennifer does not meet the band and they travel in their hearse to participate in a rock 'n' roll show without her. In the last moment, Jennifer arrives with a different appearance and on the next day they find that their home page had had several hits, all of them with good reviews and compliments to Jennifer. They become famous and Jennifer great audiences to the shows of "The Winners" and one by one, the musicians are turned ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sex, blood and rock 'n' roll.
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Did You Know?
Various shots in the movie are meant to evoke classic rock album covers. Some examples: A shot of the band crossing the street is an homage to The Beatles "Abbey Road." Another shot of the band using a Union Jack flag as a blanket is based on The Who's "The Kids Are Alright." In the border station, the first shot is a nod to Bruce Springsteen's "Born In The USA". See more
When the band stands in front of Queeny's house Hugo's (Chris Ratz) pants legs are tucked into his boots. When he urinates himself in the living room his pants legs are no longer tucked into his boots. See more
Nobody likes a judge.
Yeah, nobody likes a vampire either.
Screw you, Joey!
Screw me? Screw me? You're out of the band, Jennifer!
She's kind of the best thing about this band right now.
I'm just saying maybe you should sleep on it.
Oh my God, you really ate beef.
Credits show a dedication to Rob's father: In Loving Memory Of My Father RON STEFANIUK SR. See more
Here Comes The Night
Written by Bert Berns
Performed by David Bowie
Published by Sloopy II Inc. (BMI) and Sony/ATV Music Publishing
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