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Strange Things Happen at Sundown (2003)

Unrated | | Horror, Action, Comedy | Video 30 November 2003
What happens when normal people find they need to kill, in order to survive? This is the story of such a group of people, suddenly turned into vampires, and carving a path of blood and ... See full summary »

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J. Scott Green ... Marcel
... Narrator
Jocasta Bryan ... Amy
Joseph DeVito ... Jimmy Fangs
Joshua Nelson ... Joey the Butcher
... Annabelle
... Vicky (as Melissa Bacelar)
Livia Llewellyn ... June
Giovanni DeMarco ... Nicky the Tooth
Steve Gonzalez ... The Reaper
... Cynthia
... Paulie Hands
Robert M. Lemkowitz ... The Reaper (voice)
Kenny Kauderer ... Smooth
Sal Verderame ... Fat Frankie
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What happens when normal people find they need to kill, in order to survive? This is the story of such a group of people, suddenly turned into vampires, and carving a path of blood and mayhem throughout New York City. Slowly, they lose their grip on reality, and turn into an army of anti-social, psychopathic misfits; and surely, they turn on each other. Written by Marc Fratto <insaneorama@yahoo.com>

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The Sickest Bloodsuckers

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Horror | Action | Comedy

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The Reaper, and his wife, June, are supposed to be a modern day Vlad the Impaler, and Elizabeth Bathory. See more »

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Narrator: I said, do you remember me?
Marcel: No, should I?
Narrator: Yeah, you should. You killed my husband, remember?
Marcel: I killed a lot of husbands.
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Vampires with Jersey accents?
3 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

I would rather watch Barney than this piece of tripe. Poorly acted. Even worse writing. Random changes to story lines and dangling plots. Most of the characters were just ideas that were never fleshed out to be believable. Its like someone was playing a vampire game and tried to set it to a film. And did it badly. Random introduction of pointless characters makes things hard to follow. The attempts at humor are poor. The one or two ideas that the staff has are so poorly done that they loose your interest. Here's a tip for the film maker. Next time spend more than $1.39 to make the film, and get someone to do voice training with the cast. If you live in New Jersey the accent may be cute or funny. But If you aren't from the area its just annoying. And have the cast READ the script. it helps if they know what they are supposed to be doing in the film. Not improvising thru entire scenes.


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