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Vegas Vampires (2007)

Not Rated | | Horror | 27 February 2007 (USA)
Sin City becomes the sight of a horrific vampire plague when a gang of vicious bloodsuckers descend upon the gambling paradise and soak the dry desert sand with warm wet blood in director ... See full summary »

Director:

Fred Williamson

Writers:

Don Abernathy (screenplay), Don Abernathy (story) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Jude Angelini Jude Angelini ... Sam Howard
Rio Appling Rio Appling ... Phillip Thomas-Johnson (as Rio)
Bonnie Joy Ashley 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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Sin City becomes the sight of a horrific vampire plague when a gang of vicious bloodsuckers descend upon the gambling paradise and soak the dry desert sand with warm wet blood in director Fred Williamson's two-fanged shocker.

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Not Rated
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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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Vampires in Las Vegas run amok, and so does this film....
6 March 2009 | by michaeljlynch58See all my reviews

Overall, a rather bad movie with a few redeeming qualities. Vampires in Las Vegas run amok and are hunted by a variety of police officers, who eventually defeat the vampires with the help of a sexy nun. Naturally. There are a number of flaws in the movies: day turns to night and night to day in the middle of scenes; characters' appearances change between cut away scenes, only two vampires combusted when exposed to daylight while many others walked around during the day without problems. The number of gaffes in the film provide the viewer ample opportunity to play "find the error." The main premise of the movie seems adequate (hunting down a 300 year old vampire who has returned to seek a new wife), but there are too many sub-plots floating around that provide tenuous links to the main premise.

Three characters stand out for their contributions to this film. Eric Etenari does an excellent job as the main vampire's henchman, a smooth talking, lady's man who provides the boss with his victims. Comic relief is provided by two legendary stars of the 1970s, Fred Williamson (who also directed the movie) and Richard Roundtree (best known for his role as Shaft). In some sense, Vegas Vampires seemed to be an effort, though largely deficient, to remember the days of the blaxploitation films in which Roundtree and Williamson starred in the 1970s.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2007 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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