The latest in the new-look vampire thrillers, which paints them as scum to be eliminated, not romantic lady-killers. Basically a bloody comedy which pits a vampire killer against the leader of the vampires, with the resultant skriks , gore and bloodfest. The vampire leader has a pretty ace up his sleeve which the vampire-slayer does not know about. Talk about fatal attraction...
107 minutes, No persons under 18 (Violence)
Horror, Thriller, Action, Comedy
James Woods, Daniel Baldwin, Sheryl Lee, Thomas Ian Griffith, Tim Guinee
Don Jakoby, from the novel Vampire$ by John Steakley
Dolby Digital, DTS
Storm King Productions, Spooky Tooth Productions, Film Office, Largo Entertainment
South African Media
Cape ArgusDerek Wilson
Cape TimesJane Mayne
The StarPeter Feldman
Sunday TimesWilliam Pretorius
TV3 ScreenplayBarry Ronge
eye Weekly (Canada)Gemma Files
Box Office (USA)Shlomo Schwartzberg
Rough Cuth (USA)Christopher Brandon
Total Film (UK)Dan Jolin
Internet (IMDB)435 Netizens
Average .. 48%
Average .. 87%
Gordon Ellison: Gory, but no story.
Claire Nicole: Brilliento man!! You've got to love the way they tow the vampire into the sunlight and they burst into flames!!
Shaun Myburg: After a lengthy break from the movie scene, I decided Vampires would be my ''comeback'' film. This was a highly entertaining vampire romp that was a bit slow at times but kept you entertained. Another great performance from James Woods and a sleazy performance by the Baldwin they call Daniel. Thomas Ian Griffith gives a juicy performance as Vladic the master vampire. Where's Buffy when you you need her?!