Daughter of Darkness (1990)
Directed by Stuart Gordon

Starring Anthony Perkins Dezső Garas Mia Sara Robert Reynolds

Dull-as-a-door-nail vampire mystery filmed on location in Hungary by "Re-Animator" director Gordon. Gorgeous Sara is looking for her long last Dad—who turns out to be vampire Perkins!

It's great to see Perkins in the film and the slow-moving story is mildly interesting enough to keep a viewer occupied. But the lack of sex and gore is hard to forgive, particularly coming from a man like Gordon.

Skip it, unless you really like Anthony Perkins.


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-- Review by Lucius Gore


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