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Addicted to Murder (1995)

R | | Horror | Video
Joel Winter is just your average Midwest kid until he meets a vampire in the forest. Over the years, Joel and the vampire Rachel become friends and he helps her feel by violently stabbing ... See full summary »
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Mick McCleery ... Joel Winter
... Rachel
Sasha Graham ... Angie
Bernadette Pauley ... Kathy
Candice Meade ... Sabrina
Jolee Becker ... Allison
Gordon Linzner ... Dr. Noland
... Prostitute
Morgan Ross ... Cop
Rick Poli ... The Super
Lori Tomlinson ... Babysitter
Darrell J. Fusaro ... Boyfriend
... Interviewer
Ron Ford ... Polonia
Steve Maruzzelli ... Bartender
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Joel Winter is just your average Midwest kid until he meets a vampire in the forest. Over the years, Joel and the vampire Rachel become friends and he helps her feel by violently stabbing her and doing other nasty things. Rachel eventually leaves Joel and he must continue getting the fix of violence that he's used to. He also runs into his share of vampires along the way. Written by Josh Pasnak <chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca>

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Time To Feed The FEAR

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Lindenmuth

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Followed by Addicted to Murder 3: Blood Lust (2000) See more »

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A good, low budget mixing of genres
30 September 1998 | by See all my reviews

Addicted to Murder is a triumph for low budget film-maker Kevin J. Lindenmuth who manages to combine elements of the serial killer sub-genre, with those of the more conventional horror genre, in particular the vampire film. The performances in the film are generally pretty good, with the only low light being the appearance of the film's "star" Mick McCleery, whose somnambulistic style and lack of screen presence would be better suited to a zombie film. The make-up effects by Derek Becker and Ron Chamberlain are competent considering budget restraints, and overall, enormous potential is displayed by the young cast and crew, who, unlike many other aspiring film-makers, have put their money where their mouth is...Check it out!


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