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Immortal (1995)

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Rock guitarist Dex Dregs [Andrew Taylor] used to believe that music was his addiction as well as his one shot at immortality--until he became a vampire. He's been able to keep it in check, ... See full synopsis »

Directors:

Walter Michael Bost (as Walt Bost), Steven D. White

Writers:

Walter Michael Bost (as Walt Bost), Steven D. White
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Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor ... Dex Drags
Edith Snow ... Linda (as Meredith Leigh Sause)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank J. Aard ... Wiley
Trish Antonucci Trish Antonucci ... Barfly
Storm Bear Storm Bear ... Hood #1
Walter Michael Bost ... Consessionaire (as Walt Bost)
Leigh Bragassa Leigh Bragassa ... Diner Patron
Matthew Brookshire Matthew Brookshire ... Pete Gonnabedead
Allen Buffalo Allen Buffalo ... Father in museum
Katie Chamis Katie Chamis ... Barfly
Rebecca Drake Rebecca Drake ... Girl in Nearly Every Scene
Charlie Everett Charlie Everett ... Investor
Phil Ford Phil Ford ... Museum Curator
Jason Grice Jason Grice ... Dead Boy
Molly Harris Molly Harris ... Diner Patron
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Rock guitarist Dex Dregs [Andrew Taylor] used to believe that music was his addiction as well as his one shot at immortality--until he became a vampire. He's been able to keep it in check, but the drive for blood seems to be returning, this time with a venegance. A groupie, his guitar student, an annoying git at the cinema--Dex never knows who he will kill when the bloodlust overtakes him. He's also having a problem with remembering things like his date with girlfriend Linda [Meredith Leigh Sause] and with oversleeping so that he's constantly late for band practice, recording sessions, and paying gigs. The other band members are getting p.o.ed at him and Linda thinks Dex is doing drugs. Only fellow band member Mike [Mike Shaw] knows the truth, as Mike has taken on the role of renfield, cleaning up after Dex's indiscretions.

When Dex kills an agent from a recording studio, Mike convinces him that he must take some time out in order to deal with this thing. Dex knows only that his ...

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Dex, Blood And Rock-n-Roll

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USA

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English

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30 August 2010 | by kobrakommandSee all my reviews

I cannot believe this has a 5.3 rating at the time I am writing this. This movie, cannot even be called a movie, it's more like some idiot got a camera and started video taping himself. Dialogue? I mean I seriously don't believe there is any through the first half of the movie. The guys who made this movie must have really thought that their band was cool because they take every chance they can to show off their musical talents which of they have none. The beginning of the movie, is just a their band playing for like ten minutes straight, then nothing happens, then nothing happens, then he tells this kid he's gonna teach him guitar, but then he just bite his neck instead. All of a sudden he has a girlfriend and they go walk on some pipes. End of movie

This isn't even a vampire movie except for the one or two times he bites someone. I mean it's just terrible, and painfully boring.

If you watch this movie god have pity on your soul.

If you see this at a garage sale, or something for like ten cents STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM IT! do yourself a favor, I mean I payed a buck for this nasty thing, and it has haunted me since.


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