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Check Yourself for Bite Marks
 (From Dread Central. 14 July 2011, 7:42 PM, PDT)

Guess Who's About To Leave 'Bite Marks' Again? Find Out Here
 (From Horrorbid. 1 June 2011, 9:26 PM, PDT)

First Stills and a New Trailer Leave Bite Marks
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An OK gay comedy/horror movie. See more (10 total) »


  (in credits order)

Benjamin Lutz ... Brewster
Windham Beacham ... Cary
David Alanson Bradberry ... Vogel (as David Alanson)
Krystal Main ... Vampire Girl

Stephen Geoffreys ... Walsh
Racheal Rivera ... Waitress

John Werskey ... The Mechanic
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lou Cass ... Doomed Trucker
Phillip Henry Christopher ... McDougall
Miranda Downey ... Amber Lynn
Justin Fill ... Vampire #3
Craig Fuchs ... Vampire #1

Jon Gale ... Caplan
Stacey T. Gillespie ... Vampire #4

Jason James ... Vampire #2

Directed by
Mark Bessenger 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Bessenger  screenplay

Produced by
Dennis Ashe .... producer
Original Music by
Rossano Galante 
Cinematography by
Clifton Radford 
Film Editing by
Mike Justice 
Makeup Department
Carolina Lee .... assistant special makeup effects artist
Travis Pates .... makeup designer
Production Management
Jennifer Franklin .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cliff Van Koppenhagen .... assistant director
Sound Department
Johnny Jozwiak .... sound editor
Sean Lee .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Mulvanny .... sound re-recording mixer
Derek Weaver .... sound
Sonny Wingler .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Dustin Breeding .... grip
Jay Cooper .... production photographer
Stephen Gleeson .... grip
Lindsay D. Mitchell .... grip
Rick Pearson .... gaffer
Mitch Reeves .... gaffer
Josiah Staggers .... grip
Kip Ude .... assistant camera
Animation Department
Jovani Olivares .... opening animation
Other crew
Brandon Story .... production assistant
Michael Weaver .... production assistant
Stiles Weaver .... production assistant
Stephen Kitaen .... special thanks (as Stephen Sandknop)

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84 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Filming Locations:

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The junkyard location was actually the Southern Indiana Recycling facility.See more »
Vogel:That's a really photographic pile of junk, Cary.
Cary:I suppose you'd like it better if it wore a speedo.
Vogel:Everything looks better in a speedo.
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References Scars of Dracula (1970)See more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
An OK gay comedy/horror movie., 9 May 2013
Author: preppy-3 from United States

A bickering gay couple--Cary (Windham Beacham) and Vogel (David Alanson)--are backpacking across the country. They get tired and hitchhike and are picked up by hunky handsome trucker Brewster (Benjamin Lutz). He's transporting coffins (!!!) to a funeral home. However the truck breaks down near a deserted junkyard, night is falling and it seems the coffins in back have blood thirsty vampires...

It starts off OK. Lutz is a good actor and bares his butt briefly. Beacham and Alanson are OK too--and Alanson bares HIS butt. The basic plot is interesting but the film gets more convoluted as it goes on...and stupider. The comedy isn't that good either. If veers from OK to groan worthy and there are some gross out gags that I could have lived without. Still this is not horrible. Lutz and Alanson are VERY attractive, the vampire makeup is effective and there's a hilarious (and ACCURATE) conversation on vampires in films! I laughed out loud when Lutz says, "If you guys talk about "Twilight" I'm throwing you out!" So--all in all--just OK.

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