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Bloodsucking Redneck Vampires (2004)

A sexy vampire and her familiar hide out from a vampire hunter in the small redneck town of Backwash, which is gearing up for the annual "Tripe Days Festival." Meanwhile a local redneck ... See full summary »


Michael Hegg (as Mike Hegg), Joe Sherlock


Michael Hegg (as Mike Hegg), Joe Sherlock




Credited cast:
Dee Alsman Dee Alsman ... Peterson, Eunice
Emily Andrews ... Ariel
Erin Arbogast Erin Arbogast ... Luanda
Shannon Barksdale Shannon Barksdale ... Ronnie Sue (as Shannon)
Sha Boseley Sha Boseley ... One-Eyed Lurlene
Joe Boyd ... Tripe Days Attendee #1
Bill Bradford Bill Bradford ... Cletus
Austin Brosn Austin Brosn ... Tripe Festival Boy
Bob Brown Bob Brown ... Shower Man
Bobby Brown Bobby Brown ... Bar Patron #4
Makayla Brown Makayla Brown ... Tripe Festival Girl
Trish Brown Trish Brown ... Darlene
Amber Carillo Amber Carillo ... Missy Sue Peterson
Josh Clegg Josh Clegg ... Burping Guy
Carrie Davis Carrie Davis ... Ma Poissier


A sexy vampire and her familiar hide out from a vampire hunter in the small redneck town of Backwash, which is gearing up for the annual "Tripe Days Festival." Meanwhile a local redneck family wins a magazine contest to have a room redecorated! Catherine the vampire has a plan to create an army of bloodsuckers...but will the backwoods idiots make good vampires? Written by Anonymous

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10 June 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Inbred Redneck Vampires See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Many of the actors in this film were locals playing their roles for free or, in some cases, free beer. See more »

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Unexpecting Knee-Slapping Sterotyping Fun + Vampires on the side
7 December 2004 | by lord_cycoreSee all my reviews


When I watch low-budget movies (there seems to be no limit to the amount that hit the TV with washed up stars looking for their next paycheck.) It's nice when once in a while you land upon a flick that exists simply for the fun of it.

RedNeck BloodSucking Vampires is such a movie I rate by how well it entertained me. I don't think it quite is a 10, but seeing how some others felt necessary to really drag it through the mud, I had to balance the score.

The use of Vampires in the story is (yes) only a gimeck to get suckers like us (no pun intended, seriously) to take an interest in something that we wouldn't likely watch if it didn't say it was about vampires.

This movie was very entertaining, in a sick, I laugh at fart jokes, kind of way. Com'mon, you tell me Austin Powers isn't more than bathroom humor?

The story centers around (sorry no spoilers) who is tasked with the job of re-decorating some god-awful room (off-screen) in a typical RedNeck household at "The Pissings" residence. (not sure if it's really spelled like that.) The Re-Decorator is befriended by Junior Pissing and his pal Cletus, you get to see all the horrid stuff this outsider is experiencing for the first time. And near the end of the flick most of the locals are vampires. Some story eh, but it works, only because the dialogue keeps ripping out good one-liners in RedNeck lingo that keep peeling the layers off your funny bone.

To top it off, there's a Vampiress thrown into the mix, through various short scenes, has the town infected as her new (brainless) army of the undead. Like I said, the movie could have been funny on its own without the vampire theme, but then why would I have taken the time to watch it?

I've seen a lot of tripe lately, especially in Vampire flicks, Vampire 3000 bored me so to tears, I wanted suck my eyeballs out through a straw. And then comes ultra low budget movies, to the rescue from our film tedium. It might have benefited from some more editing, (Two of the three nude scenes were unnecessary) but for what its worth, it entertains. (BTW- I know some of you are thinking I could have benefited from a speel cheker on this thing, duely noted.)

If you ever get the chance (I saw it on TV not too long ago) to see Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter, that movie has a lot of fun to it. This one kind of reminded me of it in a way, both were silly romp flicks, and in some way involved vampires.

Best Scene in the Movie: Poor Earl, I never saw him ending up like that, completely blindsided me with that shocker. Nasty, yet amusing.

Bottom Line: It's strongest point is the wity (or witless) dialogue, that encompases a slew of interestingly unkept characters, and all the sick antics along the way. But the vampire aspect is merely used as a place to begin, continue and end the story, never really seeing the full potential, apart from the biting of necks, and local vamps doing idiotic things that vanquish themselves.

It's not a good movie, it's just fun, rude and silly. But everyone needs a good laugh and RNBSV will deliver the beans, so to say.

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