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Vampires and Other Stereotypes (1994)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video
Two "Men in Black" wannabees (who are not wearing black) are on the look-out for ridding the planet of supernatural beings. After saving a crooked businessman in a warehouse, they are ... See full summary »
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Bill White ... Ivan
Ed Hubbard ... Harry
Wendy Bednarz ... Kirsten
Rick Poli ... Albert
Anna Dipace ... Linda
Suzanne Scott ... Jennifer
... Rosa
Monica Batavanis ... Adriana
Bean Miller ... The Lizard King
Mike Memphis ... The King
Kevin J. Lindenmuth ... Swamp Monster (as K.J. Lindenmuth)
... She Demon
Sally Narkis ... Waitress from Hell
Mick McCleery ... Erik
Rutger Powell ... Bug Monster
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Two "Men in Black" wannabees (who are not wearing black) are on the look-out for ridding the planet of supernatural beings. After saving a crooked businessman in a warehouse, they are surprised by three pretty girls and a leather-jacketed boyfriend who are searching for a party. Evidently, they have unwittingly unleashed a kind of portal, endangering us all. Our heroes spend the night trying to survive, as one of the three women has been targeted as a "breeder." She has apparently been chosen for being pretty tough - after all, she does the equivalent of shrugging her shoulders after witnessing her businessman father getting horribly decapitated just inches away. Written by Manfred Gluck

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The Gates of Hell are Open Again

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Pure, unadulterated garbage
28 March 2000 | by See all my reviews

This mess -- now titled "Vampires and Other Stereotypes" -- is the best argument for taking video cameras out of the hands of incompetents before they hurt someone. Too late for me. I was one of the unfortunate few who picked up this dismal "vampire" flick, hoping to be entertained with 80 minutes of bloodsucking humor. Forgettaboudit! There's nary a vampire to be found until the last five minutes. Instead, you get an hour's worth of senseless gibberish about two New York yutzes standing guard over the gateway to Hell.

And the monsters, the demonic beings waiting to burst through the portal and enslave the people of Earth? Why, they're the worst leftovers from a cheap costume shop that I've ever seen. The only redeeming aspect to this antediluvian abortion is Wendy Bednarz, the blonde heroine of "There's Nothing Out There," a far better movie that was filmed on a much tighter shoestring. Too bad she's as totally wasted here as I was.


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