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Razor Blade Smile (1998)

R | | Horror | 16 October 1998 (USA)
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A 19th century woman, who has become one of the undead, acts as a hired killer in modern times. When she starts knocking off part of the elite businessmen, "The Illuminati", who secretly ... See full summary »

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7 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eileen Daly ... Lilith Silver
... Sethane Blake
... Detective Inspector Price
... Platinum
... The Horror Movie Man
Heidi James ... Ariauna
Isabel Brook ... Silk
Louisa Moore ... Celeste
... Student Photographer
Jennifer Guy ... Cindy Arnold
Georgio Serafini ... Leonard Arnold
... The Detective
... The Chill Pilgrim (as Brad Lavelle)
Peter Godwin ... Illuminati Conspirator
Scott Bennett ... Guard 1 - Max
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A 19th century woman, who has become one of the undead, acts as a hired killer in modern times. When she starts knocking off part of the elite businessmen, "The Illuminati", who secretly are taking over business and the government, she becomes the target of a hired Scotland Yard detective. Of course, the head of "The Illuminati" is the vampire who first gave her immortality. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Part Seductress. Part Assassin. All Vampire.

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Rated R for horror violence and gore, sexuality, language and some drug content | See all certifications »

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16 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Bella senz'anima  »

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£20,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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David Warbeck's last film. See more »

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Lilith Silver: You're the most pig-headed, arrogant vampire I've ever met.
Sethane Blake: At least I know what it *means* to be a vampire.
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After the credits finish, Lilith ties up a loose end in the story while narrates how she hates loose ends. See more »

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References Dracula (1931) See more »

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For Her Light
Written by Carl McCoy, Tony Pettitt (as Tony Petitt), Paul Wright,
Andrew Wright (as Nod Wright) and Peter Yates
Performed by Fields of the Nephilim
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Great filmmaking given the budget
15 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

I mainly watched this because I had read an article about the female protagonist in an admittedly strange mag (Bizarre). My expectations were as low as they possibly could be so maybe that's why I enjoyed so much what I saw... The story's an entertaining and fresh go at an ever so well known theme (vampires) but what really makes this movie worth watching is a) the fact (?) that the entire cast really seems to have had great fun while doing this and b) that the visuals are just what they ought to be given that the makers didn't have a Hollywood budget. Amateurish at times, it is convincing enough for what it is - a cheap but fun vampire movie with lots of teeth, bites and blood. All I can say is that I great fun for an hour and a half. I wish I could say similar things about some lame but big budget movies like The Matrix or the like. Watch it and make up your own opinion. My bet is you won't regret it.


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