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Sucker (1998)

R | | Comedy, Horror | Video
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Anthony is a vampire who uses his popular rock band as a front to lure beautiful, young groupies to his lair. His assistant, Reed disposes of the bodies of these victims after Anthony ... See full summary »

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Hans Rodionoff

Writer:

Hans Rodionoff
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Yan Birch ... Anthony
Alex Erkiletian Alex Erkiletian ... Reed Buccholz
Monica Baber Monica Baber ... Vanessa (as Monica Barber)
P.K. Phillips P.K. Phillips ... Lenore
Colleen Moore Colleen Moore ... Beth
Harvey J. Alperin Harvey J. Alperin ... Dr. Pez-Huoy (as Zacky Zuman)
Gregory Fawcett ... Seth (as Greg Fawcett)
Melissa Park Melissa Park ... Sandy
Christopher Poncin Christopher Poncin ... Frank (as Chris Poncin)
Gail Thackray ... Kirsten (as Gail Harris)
Kurt Hull ... Tobin
Matt Fallon Matt Fallon ... Pulpy
Phil Beron Phil Beron ... Dr. Hottengriff
Greg Marusak Greg Marusak ... Patient
Mike Brophy Mike Brophy ... The Band
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Storyline

Anthony is a vampire who uses his popular rock band as a front to lure beautiful, young groupies to his lair. His assistant, Reed disposes of the bodies of these victims after Anthony seduces and kills them. As a result of his bloody lifestyle, Anthony soon contracts a deadly virus. Reed must try to save his master from a fate worse than death.

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It's time to raise the stakes!

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Comedy | Horror

Certificate:

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Official Sites:

Troma

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Sucker the Vampire See more »

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Budget:

$55,000 (estimated)
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Seed Productions (II) See more »
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Mono
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References Baywatch (1989) See more »

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Graveyard Girlfriend
Words and Music by Kepi
Performed by the Groovy Ghoulies
Published by Crimson Moon Music
Courtesy of Lookout Records
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Sucker The Vampire
28 May 2014 | by a_baronSee all my reviews

How to characterise this piece of celluloid trash? "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" meets "Spinal Tap". A film with that bizarre combination was doomed to fail, and this one does spectacularly. "Sucker The Vampire" contains little real humour yet it is clearly not to be taken seriously. The plot is if not non-existent then certainly dull, the film is slow, and the scenery is very limited. The jokes, well, if they are jokes, they should have been telegraphed. Bram Stoker must be spinning in his grave at the very thought of something so...and here we run out of adjectives. If you want genuine vampire horror, stick with Christopher Lee and Hammer Films. For comedy, even "Abbott & Costello Meet The Mummy" would be an improvement on this latter day Dracula and his necrophile sidekick.


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