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Vegas Vampires (2007)

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Credited cast:
Jude Angelini Jude Angelini ... Sam Howard
Rio Appling Rio Appling ... Phillip Thomas-Johnson (as Rio)
Bonnie Joy Ashley ... Police Detective
Lorna Baez Lorna Baez ... Tonya Goodland
Daniel Baldwin ... Detective Burns
Kristian Bernard ... Kool
Christopher Broughton Christopher Broughton ... Detective JAmes Collins
Bernie Casey ... Bloodhound Bill
Cogee ... Police Officer
Annelise Curra Annelise Curra ... Laura
Adrien Curry Adrien Curry ... Vampire
Eric Etebari ... Vulture
Jaqueline Fleming ... Sister Angela Marie
Zak Hair Zak Hair ... Vampire Punk
Kurupt ... T.G.
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2007 (USA) See more »

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Vegas Vampires See more »

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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Last role of Bernie Casey. See more »

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Surrender
(2003)
Written by Charyse Monet
Performed by Charyse Monet
Courtesy of C-Sharp Publishing
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felt like they were making it up as they went along
8 March 2007 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

Tommy Lister is on hand as a police detective looking for the missing daughter of an affluent man, and runs into the vampire clan that have kidnapped her. A second plot has the detective's step-son going to Vegas to get hitched and running afoul of the same vampire clan. Yet a third plot has blacksploitation greats Richard Roundtree and Fred Williamson as ex-cops who go to Vegas for the hell of it and run afoul of, yup you guessed it. Other the vampire connection none of those three plots feel connected to one another in the least until the end when they had to be tied together somehow. It's done in a pretty convoluted way sadly. And it still felt like the writers had no clue what each other were doing. Plots are dismissed, and new ones take their place willy nilly. It definitely didn't help having 5 writers pen it. (too many cooks and all that). The thing that got me to rent this is the fact that Williamson (who also directed) and Roundtree were starring, both of which I respect and enjoy seeing a lot. But they have basically the shortest screen time of all the major characters and are a bit insubstantial. Still when they DO have scenes they're OK. Tommy Lister is the real star of the movie and he does the best job that he could have done with such ridiculousness. The one thing that REALLY got on my nerves bad (I mean besides the vampires dancing like zombies half the time), was the fact that logos on shirts were blurred out, and since a good deal of the cast wears a jersey during the first half of the film, this became extremely distracting and almost made the film unwatchable. The ending leaves room for a sequel, but I can quickly exclaim 'fangs, but no fangs' to that prospect. Oh and you might have noticed I didn't mention Baldwin in my review, this is simply because he's only on-screen a whopping two minutes or so of the film and is a glorified cameo. On a side note, the DVD is as bare-bones as can be with absolute zilch for extras. The movie and chapter stops is all you get.

Eye Candy: there's a gratuitous 5 girl topless dancing scene in the middle

My Grade: D


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