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Two fraternity pledges go to a sleazy bar looking for strippers to entertain their college friends. They have problems with transportation, Biker gangs, and worst of all, the staff of the bar, all of whom seem to be vampires, with Grace Jones playing the head vampire.Written by
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Billy Drago actually has very dark hair. He bleached his hair white, including his eyebrows, in order to portray the albino gang leader, Snow. See more »
When Grace Jones is killed by sunlight. Her skeleton arm raises up and gives the finger to her destroyer. Just as the finger goes up, you can see a crew member's hands holding the other end of the skeleton's arm in the shot. This is only noticeable on the UK Blu-Ray, as the Anchor Bay DVD is slightly cropped. See more »
Make sure I don't come back like you, OK?
Hey, you think I like this? Or them? They're boring creeps! They don't call them walking dead for nothing! Try talking to one of them sometime.
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There is a statement in the closing credits: "Any similarities to persons living, dead, or undead is purely coincidental!" See more »
Despite the presence of the ludicrous Grace Jones, this is an amusing and cleverly made vampire comedy. It will strike some at first as just another dumb college caper flick, but it's weird visuals and genuinely funny moments puts it into a different and altogether superior category. Most of the film is set at night, in and around a sinister strip-club, and the pink and green neon lighting is quite unlike anything you've ever seen in a movie before. Furthermore the brilliantly constructed final shot as the credits roll is a very satisfying conclusion. Story-wise it is quite stupid, but there's more than enough frights and one-liners to keep it moving along.
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