The search for the murderer of his father leads Robert Van Helsing to Vienna. There he meets Count Dracula and the beautiful girls Pia and Isabelle. Together they are fighting against the evil Vampire Queen.


(as Wolf Morrison)


(as Wolf Morrison)


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Credited cast:
Count Dracula / Robert Van Helsing (as Wolf Morrison)
Birgit Waite ...
Vampire Queen (as Biggie Waite)
Christian Gassler ...
Sofia Soul ...
Franziska Doppel ...
Robert Cerny ...
Robin Czerny ...
Wild Vampire (as Robert Czerny)
Guenther Kubik ...
Christina Breit ...
Viktoria Stoifl ...
Vampire Girl
Andrea Schmidt ...
Vampire Girl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Braune ...
Actor in Movie
Melanie Breit ...
Vampire Girl
Renee Chantalle ...
Humungus ...


The search for the murderer of his father leads Robert Van Helsing to Vienna. There he meets Count Dracula who tells him that Vienna is a good place for Vampires because the people here are that weird, they wouldn't see any difference between a Vampire and a normal person. Together with Dracula's love Isabelle and the lovely Pia they are fighting against the evil Vampire Queen and her lover Morlock who are on their way to rule the world. Written by Vampire

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Comedy | Horror





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13 March 2009 (Austria)  »

Also Known As:

Vampire City Episode I - Rock 'N Roll Vampires from Hell  »

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€1,500 (estimated)

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The actor who played Morlock was a little bit drunk so he couldn't remember his lines. The director allowed him to speak his lines in Viennese dialect. See more »


Count Dracula: I am the Prince of Darkness.
Isabelle: Then turn the lights on!
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Featured in Robert Tarantino (2013) See more »

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13 March 2009 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I've never seen an Austrian Movie like this one: it starts with a cool and funny fighting scene, then the Hollywood Hills were blown away, yet another fighting scene with a Vampire before the opening credits start. Then you see two pretty girls in a restaurant talking funny things and it goes on in that funny way.

There are so many Austrian Movies who are only boring. This isn't the case here.

"Vampire City" is so funny, full of action and has such good actors in it that it is really unbelievable this movie was shot in Austria. It looks more like an American Independent Production from Roger Corman or Jim Wynorski. Every Austrian Filmmaker should take a look at how great Wolf Morrison shot his action sequences.

The actors and actresses here can really act which isn't always the case in Austrian movies. Morrison himself has a lot of great scenes the he gives the ball to his female actresses, especially the wonderful Sofia Soul as Pia, the pretty Franziska Doppel as Isabelle and the tough Biggie Waite as the evil Vampire Queen.

The actor who plays Morlock brings some typical Viennese humor in his scenes and you wish that the young girl who plays Princess had more scenes because she is so great. But I think all actors and actresses here will have a future in this business.

While other Austrian Filmmakers only bore you to death, Wolf Morrison knows how to entertain his audience. I like that. Cool stuff, go for it!

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