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Vampire Cop (1990)

R | | Action, Horror
A cop, who's actually a vampire, teams up with a hot investigative journalist to stop a posh crime boss.


Donald Farmer


Donald Farmer


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ed Cannon Ed Cannon ... Vampire Cop Lucas
Melissa Moore ... Melanie Roberts
Mal Arnold ... Lt. Ryan
Joey Thrower Joey Thrower ... Delinquent
Don Tilley Don Tilley ... Newhouse
Morrow Faye Morrow Faye ... Traci
Donald Farmer Donald Farmer
William Lucas William Lucas
Robin Schurtz Robin Schurtz
Terence Jenkins Terence Jenkins
Michelle Berman Michelle Berman
R.J. McKay R.J. McKay
Phil Newman Phil Newman
Kim Burnette Kim Burnette
Monica McNeeley Monica McNeeley


A cop, who's actually a vampire, teams up with a hot investigative journalist to stop a posh crime boss.

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He Takes a Bite Out of Crime!


Action | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence and sensuality, and for language.






Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Panorama Entertainment See more »
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Decent low budget effort from low budget director Donald Farmer.
17 November 2018 | by b_kiteSee all my reviews

I had known about "Vampire Cop" for along time and its director Donald Farmer a notorious low budget director from Kansas who has made over 30 mostly homemade films starting with 1986's "Demon Queen", and is still going strong today, but, I never could get a copy of it or even find a full version online, all there was was a 13 minute video showing clips from the movie on youtube. However I finally got to see it recently, and yes it is a bad movie from acting to directing to about everything, but, there's some charm to be had here. The three main things to take away from this film is the opening theme song, which is horribly great, Tim Ritter who I heard was a friend of Farmer's here as an associate producer, and the fact they got Mel Arnold from "Blood Feast" to appear in this. Overall if bad movies don't bother you and you can find this then give it a shot.

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