Vamp

Vamp

Chris Makepeace
Director: Richard Wenk Cast: Chris Makepeace
Chris Makepeace
, Sandy Baron
Sandy Baron
, Robert Rusler
Robert Rusler
Richard Wenk

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Overview

Predating the 1990s cycle of vampire-stripper films (From Dusk Till Dawn, Bordello of Blood, etc.) this cynical entry from director Richard Wenk concerns frat boys looking for a go-go girl to perform at their upcoming party. Wandering to the wrong side of town, the randy youths enter a seedy strip joint populated by vampires. Grace Jones is the nasty ringleader, Katrina, who acknowledges the film's debt to Hammer's Vampire Circus by performing an erotic dance painted in zebra-stripes. Among the heroes, co-star Robert Rusler is far more interesting than the bland lead (Chris Makepeace), while Gedde Watanabe manages to be both unfunny and offensive by turning in the most ridiculously stereotyped Asian performance since John Wayne assayed Genghis Khan in The Conqueror. This is the least of the comedic vampire films that came out in the mid-'80s, and although Billy Drago is menacing as the evil Snow and Greg Cannom's special effects are striking, Vamp remains unfunny and not frightening in the least. Famed female bodybuilder Lisa Lyon appears as a stripper named Cinnamon, and Dedee Pfeiffer, Hy Pyke, and Simmy Bow are among the recognizable supporting cast.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/11/2016
UPC: 0760137948186
Original Release: 1986
Source: Arrow Video
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen, Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Mono]
Time: 1:34:00
Sales rank: 7,691

Special Features

One of those nights: the making of Vamp - a brand new documentary featuring interviews with director Richard Wenk, director of photography Elliot Davis, stars Robert Rusler, Dedee Pfeiffer, Gedde Watanabe Behind-the-scenes rehearsals Blooper reel Image gallery Dracula bites the Big Apple (1979) - Richard Wenks's celebrated short film Trailers TV spots

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Chris Makepeace Keith
Sandy Baron Vic
Robert Rusler A.J.
DeDee Pfeiffer Amaretto
Gedde Watanabe Duncan
Grace Jones Katrina
Billy Drago Snow
Brad Logan Vlad
Lisa Lyon Cimmaron
Adam Barth Actor
Mitch Carter Actor
Cathy Cavadini Actor
Greg Finley Actor
David McCharen Actor
Marlon McGann Hard Hat
Bryan Michael McGuire Pool Player
Leila Hee Olsen Seko
Ytossie Patterson Actor
Pops Dead Man in Car
Jan Rabson Actor
Marilyn Schreffler Actor
Dennis Tufano Voice Only
Jim Boyle Fraternity Leader
Larry Spinak Student
Eric Welch Student
Stuart Rogers Student
Gary Swailes Sock Salesman
Ray Ballard Coffee Shop Proprietor
Paunita Nichols Maven
Trudel Williams Dragon Girl
Thomas Bellin Shorty
Hilary Carlip Jess
Francie Swift Dominique
Tricia Brown Candi
Naomi Shohan Bartendress
Janeen Davis Bartendress
Tanya Papanicolas Waitress
Robin Kaufman Little Girl
Hy Pyke Desk Clerk
Bob Schott Gang Leader
Bill Morphew Dragon
Simmy Bow Bum
Roger Hampton Police
Andy Rivas Police
Julius Le Flore Garbage Truck Driver
Greg Lewis Bus Driver
Dar Robinson Security Guard
Deborah Fallender Voice Only

Technical Credits
Richard Wenk Director,Original Story,Screenwriter
Philip Aja Art Director
Teresa M. Austin Makeup
Robin Beauchesne Makeup
Donald P. Borchers Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Greg Cannon Special Effects
Katherine J. Carmichael Set Decoration/Design
Peter M. Chesney Special Effects
Tom Chesney Special Effects
Chris Chesney Special Effects
Russell Clark Choreography
Carol Clements Art Director
Clint Colver Animator
Elliot Davis Cinematographer
Jonathan Elias Score Composer
Image Engineering Special Effects
Joann Gair Makeup
Marc Grossman Editor
Jarn Heil Special Effects
Betty Pecha Madden Costumes/Costume Designer
Apogee Productions Special Effects
Alan Roderick-Jones Production Designer
Roberto Viskin Special Effects
Jesse Wayne Stunts
Pamela Westmore Makeup

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