A woman obsessed with Elvis Presley is having problems with her job, her landlord and her landlord's scummy son. One day she meets a man who looks and dresses just like Elvis. She immediately falls in love, but there's one thing she doesn't realize--"Elvis" is a vampire.
- Stars:Stephen Blackehart, Paul Stevenson, Margaret Lancaster, Valentine Miele, Dennis Davies, Wendy Walker, Jeremy Klavens, Philip Carroll, James Breen, David van Leesten, Alex Tufel, Jerry Meko, Eliot Gartley, James M. Gordon, Steven Jampolsky,
- Director:Lee Bennett Sobel,
- Writer:Paul Gambino, Lee Bennett Sobel
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Rockabilly Vampire torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: 3 StarsThey are very good musicians, not my kind of music thoughbut they're talented and gotta respect that
(de) wrote: No real driving narrative or focus makes it feel kind of sloppy, but still mildly amusing.
(fr) wrote: Exact same film as the two previous. An oriental replaces the white cop in this buddy flick. Uses every clich in the book but enjoyable.
(es) wrote: Decent movie based on a book by the author of "Trainspotting" following a group of Ravers in London over a Friday night...
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(fr) wrote: A very boring story, and Bela Lugosi isn't his best in this role but is still a pretty good villain but is ruined by the plot. There's not a lot to this 'Bride' thing and the monster is just Tor. It's just more trash from Ed Wood.
(gb) wrote: Naive child dream is the jewel of mankind, to against all odds. One of my favourite of de Sica.
(br) wrote: Far too long and drawn out for me as the movie drags at a snails pace. The acting is good it's just very slow and uneventful
(es) wrote: i love this movie my nease loves it to...
(ag) wrote: Intelligent and deep last film of John Huston, sad and melancholic, but profoundly life-affirming nevertheless.