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Bloodsuckers (1997)

| Horror | 1997 (USA)
Teenagers join Vampire Club only to be taught the lessons by the Boogeyman who poses as an impostor.

Director:

Ulli Lommel

Writer:

Ulli Lommel
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Cast

Credited cast:
Michelle Bonfils Michelle Bonfils ... Darling Dead
Peter Sean Maloney Peter Sean Maloney ... Dr. Ghoul (as Peter Sean)
Ulli Lommel ... Angelo / Santano
Christopher Rogers Christopher Rogers ... Nuggy
Samantha Scully ... Schnibble
Stephanie Feury ... Virginia
George 'Buck' Flower ... Grampa
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Catherine Campion ... Vampire student
Matthias Hues ... Reporter
Christopher Kriesa ... Sheriff (as Chris Kriesa)
Ron Robbins Ron Robbins ... Nuggy's Father
Adrian Staton ... Vampire
Michael Van Valentine Michael Van Valentine ... Orcus
Lars Woods ... Vlad Dracula (as Rayder Woods)
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A teenage girl wants only one thing: to become a vampire. In her quest, she encounters both good and evil vampires, and one of the vampires tests her strength and resolve to become a member of the undead. Written by Joe Arthur <tenebrae50@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

I Want to Be a Vampire See more »

Filming Locations:

Barstow, California, USA See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Pseudo-Fassbinderian dreck masquerading as a horror film
13 November 2000 | by snaveyelnatsSee all my reviews

Director Ulli Lommel's mock-Fassbinder teenie thriller is a wholly unconventional vampire movie.... it's not about vampires at all, except on some obscure metaphorical level. Michelle Bonfils plays a girl who wants to join a vampire school (?), where Angelo the vampire (Lommel) tries to talk her out of it. Most of this interminable talk-fest has to do with a theatrical stage, where a bunch of drugged-out kids battle each other while adults watch in the audience. It's all a police plot to subdue homeless people. The commentary and symbolism is very obvious, and Lommel directs at a dilge-like pace. The "look" of the movie is very old-fashioned, I thought I was watching some 70s exploitation movie (but without any violence, action, or T&A). Lommel seems unsure if he's making a horror flick or a social satire, but no matter how you cut it, it's BAD. I was impressed with Lommel's horror movies of the 1980s, such as "The Boogeyman," but after years on Hollywood's poverty row, it looks like he can't make anything other than mini-budgeted vanity products.


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