It's 1933 and prohibition has proven very profitable for corrupt cops like Jack Malone. He collects 'luxury tax' from every bootlegger and scofflaw in town. Shaking down the newly opened speakeasy should've been simple, but instead, Jack and his men uncover a clan of vampires hell bent on taking over the town.
The location for the "dungeon under the speakeasy" was an ACTUAL speakeasy back in the 1920s. The secret room was hidden under the Star Hotel in Marcus Hook, PA - a port frequented by sailors back in the day. The original hidden stairways and plastered walls can be seen in the movie. See more »
A shipment of bottles from Canada is encased in crates bearing the maple leaf. The maple leaf has been a recognized symbol of Canada since the 1850s. However, Canada was still flying the Union Jack in 1933 and didn't adopt the maple leaf symbol, until October 22, 1964 and was proclaimed into law by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (the Queen of Canada) on February 15, 1965. See more »
It's got Ice-T. need I say more.
Ice-frigging-T as a vampire? Sign me up. A friend told me about this movie... it was apparently made in my home town (or nearby). It has Ice-T in it! The movie looks really good - I had no idea it was an Indy movie until someone told me. The movie looks like it was from the 1930s. Great sets, costumes and cars - especially the cars. Did I mention Ice-T? OK, i gotta confess, just seeing Ice-T do his "Ice-T impression" in the movie, but as a gangster and vampire, made it worth watching.... awesome.
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