A mid-western farm boy reluctantly becomes a member of the undead when a girl he meets turns out to be part of a band of southern vampires who roam the highways in stolen cars. Part of his initiation includes a bloody assault on a hick bar.Written by
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The writer and director both were intent on making a Western but realized that the interest in the Western genre at the time was almost non-existent, so it was recommended that they mix genres. Since the horror genre was in vogue at the time, the two decided to make a Horror Western. See more »
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Performed and written by John Parr
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The film is shot too much in the dark and the daylight motel escape scene looked like a piece of cake.
I first saw this in the early 90s on a vhs.
This film came out aft the successful Fright Night n Lost Boys n I enjoyed all the three then.
Aft revisiting this recently, I found it ok.
The star cast is top notch n the blonde babe gorgeous.
Also, nowadays I dont enjoy movies where they show the romance between human and vampire characters.
Ther is nothing western about this film apart from the guy riding a horse, the spur strapped boots n those hats.
Bigelow did a terrific job with Point Break but not this.
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