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Requiem for a Vampire (2006)

An incestuous and industrious pair of modern-day vampires finds their clever manner of acquiring sustenance threatened by a nosy New Jersey health inspector and a determined investigative ... See full summary »

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... Michael
Jamie Stone ... Tara Wolfe
Deana Demko ... Lenore
... Henri (as David B. Powers)
Bob Smith ... Jerry
Mona Sethi ... Adelaide
Gerry Kirschbaum ... Justin Burke
Cathy Loch ... Clair
Clarke Applegate ... Dr. Richardson
... Phyllis Cooney
William Schineller ... Tad
Rosemary Ellen Guiley ... Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Tony Rugnetta ... Dr. Freeman
... Debbie
... Bryn
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An incestuous and industrious pair of modern-day vampires finds their clever manner of acquiring sustenance threatened by a nosy New Jersey health inspector and a determined investigative reporter in director John Orrichio's sexualized tale of life among the undead. The LeGaults know well that to stalk the streets for prey is to leave themselves open to exposure. Instead of seeking out blood the old-fashioned way, the LeGaults opt to open a blood donation center that will provide them with the nourishment they need to survive without the risks that go along with using their fangs. A New Jersey health inspector named Jerry is on to them, though, and along with a little help from intrepid reporter Phyllis, he soon prepares to rip the lid off of the LeGault's bizarre scam. When a chance encounter with two students of the occult reveals the true motivation behind the LeGaults' philanthropic front, however, the stage is set for a battle against the supernatural that could claim the lives ... Written by Anonymous

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Requiem for a Vampire is a great film!
9 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Requiem for a Vampire is a great film! The sexual scenes are passionate and effectively reveal the salacious nature of the vampires. Yet, in addition to the sexy bodies and amorous situations, the underlying plot is interesting and engaging. The filmmakers address issues of love, family loyalties, betrayal, social class, sexuality, feminism and power. From the first scene I was drawn into the plot. I immediately empathized with the lead vampires (male and female), and I was intrigued by their efforts to lead a secret life trying to be "normal" and loving each other while at the same time they were dealing with deep dark secrets. Once you start watching you will be drawn into the erotic underground world of the vampires. The film is visually creative with the vampires cavorting in NY City, mansions, and nightclubs. It is also an intelligent film that mixes eroticism and mystery with thoughtful commentary on social issues. This is not the usual vampire movie!


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