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Club Vampire (1998)

R | | Horror | Video 27 October 1998
Watching the sun sink below the Pacific horizon is the closest that Zero [John Savage] can come to making himself feel almost human again...and this is only after 1,000 years of slowly ... See full synopsis »

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Andy Ruben

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Andy Ruben
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
John Savage ... Zero
Starr Andreeff Starr Andreeff ... Corri
Mariam Parris Mariam Parris ... Alko (as Marriam Parris)
Michael J. Anderson ... Kiddo
Diana Frank Diana Frank ... Laura
Ross Malinger ... Max
Viktoria Chapman Viktoria Chapman ... Melanie
Sarah Shackleton Sarah Shackleton ... Punk Girl
Tony Ervolina Tony Ervolina ... Suave Man
Jordan Black ... Gang Member #1
Gil Espinoza ... Gang Member #2
Donald Sager Donald Sager ... Man
Anna K. McKown Anna K. McKown ... Ragamuffin Girl
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Watching the sun sink below the Pacific horizon is the closest that Zero [John Savage] can come to making himself feel almost human again...and this is only after 1,000 years of slowly acclimatizing himself to small amounts of sunlight to build up his resistance. Zero is a vampire. He lives with his "family" -- two female vampires, Alko [Marriam Parris] and Laura [Diana Frank], and a green-haired vampire dwarf they call Kiddo [Michael J. Anderson].

Watching the sun sink below the Pacific horizon is the closest that Corri [Starr Andreeff] can come to clearing her mind of the thoughts that haunt her. Corri is not a vampire, but she lives the vampire lifestyle, sleeping days and turning tricks at night as an exotic dancer at an underground nightclub called Club Vampire. [The doorway is framed by a huge vampire head. Patrons walk in through the fanged mouth.] Both Zero and Corri are bored with their lives, which are about to merge.

After accepting a few bucks to have sex with Laura on the ...

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Check your soul at the door.

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Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence and gore, sexual content and some language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 October 1998 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Concorde-New Horizons See more »
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Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Can't believe this movie was made.
16 May 1999 | by jess-12See all my reviews

I was embarrassed for John Savage as this movie was one of his worst choices. His performance was quite over the top and I assume he was doing a friend a favor or this was his chance to experiment. Whatever the reason, I still watched it twice since his character was somewhat sexy, somewhat strange and very loose. Also, he is looking better than ever proven by his shirtless physique during the majority of the movie. As for the other characters, they just filled up space and really had no impact on me. Some parts of the movie made no sense and the club scenes were totally wacked out. If you are a Savage fan, watch it for his weird performance, but be prepared for an idiotic movie overall.


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