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Vampire Knights (1988)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 1 June 1988 (Australia)
Kenny (Ken Abraham) is obsessed with vampires, so much so that he joins the ranks of the 'Vampire Knights' a fan club for a late-night TV program hosted by Sir Peterson (Pierre Turson) and ... See full summary »


Daniel Peterson (as Dan Peterson)


Daniel Peterson (as Dan Peterson)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Robin Stille ... Tasar (as Robin Rochelle)
Mary Logan Mary Logan ... Ellissa
Ann Michaels Ann Michaels ... Zane
Ken Abraham ... Ken
Billy Frank ... Bobbie
Thomas Kingsley Thomas Kingsley ... Tom
Lee Martin Lee Martin ... Suede / Couple in Bathroom
Pierre Turson Pierre Turson ... Sir Peterson
Bud Graves Bud Graves ... Guy on Fire
Gail Slade Gail Slade ... Woman in Bathroom
Kim North Kim North ... Hitchhiker
James Dodson ... Filmmaker in Hallway
Dana Farindelli Dana Farindelli ... Guy in Hallway
Steve Parks Steve Parks ... Guy in Hallway
Jenny Jenny ... Couple in Bathroom


Kenny (Ken Abraham) is obsessed with vampires, so much so that he joins the ranks of the 'Vampire Knights' a fan club for a late-night TV program hosted by Sir Peterson (Pierre Turson) and proudly shells out for a 'Vampire Knights' medallion. Kenny takes this all so seriously much to the amusement of his flatmates Bobbie (Billy Frank) and Tom (Thomas Kingsley) who he constantly tries to enlist. But Kenny's obsession may just have it's uses;'while at a party three strangers appear, Tasar (Robin Stille), Zane (Ann Michaels) and Ellissa (Mary Logan), drawn to the 'Vampire Knights' medallion, the girls follow the boys home for a private party of their own.

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Comedy | Horror


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Release Date:

1 June 1988 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Cazador de vampiros See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Filmtrust, Mezcal Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Crazy Credits

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Written by Pat Pattison and Peter Rodgers Melnick
Publishers: featherrain/Melnickov
Produced by Peter Rodgers Melnick
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13 February 1999 | by Jar-5See all my reviews

This must be one of the baddest movies I've ever seen, and that's saying a lot! Ed Wood go home!

I'm going to give a single scene from the movie, here. It has no relevance to the "plot" whatsoever.

Some guys in a mini-van pick up a hitch-hiker. A "pretty girl" - who really is a monster (only we don't know). She asks them if they believe in monsters, but they reply with "There's no such /thing/ as monsters!" She goes in the back of the mini-van and reappears, brown in the face and with sharp teeth. They scream and stop the car. She falls out of the (now open) back doors of the mini-van, and on the street. They drive away and go to a party.

Now, when I first saw this, I thought she was pulling a joke on them, by putting on a halloween mask or something, and when I found out it was for real, she really was a monster, I almost fell off my chair, laughing. This movie is full of these!

If you are a fan (like me) of /really/ bad movies, find this one!!! Seeing it with some friends is a real treat. Special fun to be had, also: Find the scene, where a cloud moves /behind/ the moon! Great!

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