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Embrace of the Vampire


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  • Starring:
    Martin Kemp as The Vampire
    Rebecca Ferratti as the Princess
    Glori Gold as the Nymph #1
    Seana Ryan as the Nymph #2
    Sabrina Allen as the Nymph #3
    Alyssa Milano as Charlotte
    Harold Pruett as Chris
    Rachel True as Nicole
    Jordan Ladd as Eliza
    Robbin Julien as Rob
    Christopher Utesch as the Guy In Hallway
    Charlotte Lewis as Sarah
    David Portlock as Peter
    Gregg Vance as Jonathan
    John Riedlinger as Milo
    Jennifer Tilly as Marika
    Ladd Vance as Mark
    Lynn Philip Seibel as the Professor
  • Director: Anne Goursaud
  • Studio: New Line Home Entertainment
  • Run Time: 93 min


A pretty feeble film, whichever way you cut it. Boringly slow, we are treated to a fifteen minute voice-over, probably added after review audiences lost the plot. However, it fails to explain why the vampire, who looks fairly healthy, will 'go to sleep' in three days time if he doesn't reclaim his lost love, reincarnated as a virginal student. It also doesn't explain why she has to be a virgin, but I kinda worked that one out ... it's to give us a montage of attempted seductions, all poorly scripted, all badly directed, none particularly erotic.

The film is determined to titillate, and we do see a fair bit of naked chest; but it's also so contrived and wooden that I found it all rather embarassing. We fumble and get it all wrong in Real Life ... I thought vampires were supposed to be cool?

All in all, you really wonder how the movie got made; when will they realise that silicone is all very well, but not enough for a movie.


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  • Format: Color, Closed-captioned, Widescreen
  • Aspect Ratio(s): 1.85:1
  • Available subtitles: English
  • Available Audio Tracks:
    English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Includes both the unrated version (93 minutes, Anamorphic 1.85:1, English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround) and the R rated version (92 minutes, Full Frame 1.33:1, English Dolby Surround)
  • DVD Released: 2 November 1999

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