Vampire Hookers (1979)
Directed by Cirio H. Santiago

Starring Bruce Fairbairn John Carradine Karen Stride Katie Dolan Lenka Novak Lex Winter Trey Wilson

One of the great things about John Carradine is that he would star in just about anything, as evidenced by this weak exploitationer that enjoyed a second life as a VHS release. It may be in the public domain at this point.

When he's not quoting Shakespeare, Carradine has lines like "We'd love to have you for dinner" to a visitor (played by David Hasselhoff look-alike Bruce Fairbairn) who is seduced by his three whore vampire babes. Lotsa softcore sex don't make up for zero story and horrible production values. These vampire babes aren't that hot anyway.

The best scene, an overlong soft-core sex marathon, features some amusing, cheesy music. But all in all, this film is simply too bad to enjoy, even as an oddity from the late 1970s.

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-- Review by Lucius Gore


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