Dr. Alice Dodgson (Jennifer Gray) gets her medical license revoked after the death of a patient. She's facing the possibility of not getting any job when she accepts to be the nurse for one... See full summary »
John Milius told Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis that the 1973 scripts for "Bordello of Blood" and "Tank", which the writers passed on to him, were "pretty darn good", and while Milius never produced either of the scripts, his admiration for them led to him producing another Gale/Zemeckis script, 1941 (1979). See more »
When Rafe enters the Gaines crypt in the cemetery, a stick is visible pushing the "flying cat" off of its shelf. See more »
[after finding and confronting Rev. Current in the bordello]
Come on, Rev, I'm feeling a little jumpy - friend or foe?
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In network TV versions all the girls in the bordello are shown wearing clothes See more »
"You're reminding me why being married to you drove me to the brink of homosexuality."
Private eye Rafe Guttman (Dennis Miller) is hired by Katherine Verdoux (Erika Eleniak) to find her missing brother Caleb (Corey Feldman). Rafe's search leads him to a brothel run by centuries-old vampire Lilith (Angie Everhart). The second of the 'Tales from the Crypt Presents' movies is nowhere near as good as the criminally underrated Demon Knight. It's not a scary movie, nor does it really try to be. It's a comedy, with Dennis Miller having a ball throwing out one liner after one liner. If only the rest of the movie matched his performance. The story is so slight you'll wonder if the entire script was jotted down on a napkin. The movie's primary selling point is sex and nudity, of which there is not a lot. Especially disappointing when you consider that the two most well-known women in the film, Everhart and Eleniak, never appear nude. Still, a fun tone with a great turn by Miller makes it worth watching once.
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