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Project Vampire (1993)

| Action, Horror
A vampire scientist psychically charges the "longevity serum" he sells across the world, making all who use it into vampires loyal to him.


Peter Flynn


Peter Flynn




Cast overview, first billed only:
Myron Natwick ... Dr. Frederick Klaus
Brian Knudson ... Victor Hunter
Mary Louise Gemmill ... Sanda Jensen (as Mary-Louise Gemmill)
Christopher Cho ... Dr. Lee Fong
Paula Randol-Smith Paula Randol-Smith ... Heidi
John-Scott Taylor John-Scott Taylor ... Dr. Paul Holt
Christopher Wolf Christopher Wolf ... Tom (as Chris Wolf)
Oliver Leymarie Oliver Leymarie ... Eddie
Kelvin Tsao Kelvin Tsao ... Hopper
Ray Essler Ray Essler ... Louis
Bob Rudd Bob Rudd ... Agent / Radio Voiceover
Chris DeCanette Chris DeCanette ... Agent
Leroy Jones Leroy Jones ... Priest
Betsy Ferguson Betsy Ferguson ... Dorothy
Beatrice Dickson Beatrice Dickson ... Ripley


A vampire scientist psychically charges the "longevity serum" he sells across the world, making all who use it into vampires loyal to him.

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Action | Horror







Also Known As:

Les nouveaux vampires See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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References La portera ardiente (1989) See more »

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22 September 2005 | by TonyDoodSee all my reviews

This kind of movie defies description. Could anyone have been "inspired" to make it? It's so difficult to get a movie made in Hollywood, let alone get it distributed in any way. How did this thing come in to existence? It's the type of movie that doesn't look like it can have been created, it was just sort of puked up, like a hairball, and someone swept it up and stuck it on the shelf in a particularly low-rent video store. There's no violence, a little boring softcore sex, pathetic acting and nothing engaging to watch. Which is unfortunate because the director seems to have had an idea about film--the opening with the three guys running around is fantastic, I was pulled in immediately. Moments later I found myself thinking about all the chores I had to do, and watching this shovel-full of pseudo-thriller vampire offal made me WANT to do chores instead of watch t.v. And that, at least, really IS scary!

The only treat I found was an extended car chase around Sherman Oaks in 1993, the Tower Records area where I used to hang out during that era. It's all changed now, which is a bummer.

See what I mean? How can you talk about a movie this dull without getting distracted? Oh well, I bought it in the Brentwood "Blood Thirst" 4-pack for "The Passing" which is a thoroughly remarkable and surprising low-budget film and worth the price. See that one instead of this, if you can.

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