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This film is a bit like Fright Night but not as good. The release is alright. Not one of my more exciting purchases from Arrow but not bad either.

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A nattily-dressed, Neon-Hazed, neo-Gothic, non-sucky 80s camp classic!

As the majestically quipping man once notably quipped 'Nostalgia just 'aint what it used to be!' but, on blood-rare occasions it's happily much more than that, as movie maestro Richard Wenk's nattily-dressed, Neon-Hazed, neo-Gothic 1986 vampire opus proves so colourfully, his boisterous cult classic 'Vamp' remaining an immortally idiosyncratic, vampishly vexed celluloid wonder, with a preternaturally vivid star in the sinisterly sinuous guise of the inimitable Grace Jones, finally being given a suitably larger-than-life role to sink her frightfully fabulous fangs into! We amusingly follow the lively nocturnal exploits of the likeable pair of dorm chums AJ (Robert Rusler), and Keith (Chris Makepeace) as this desperately sin-seeking duo descend ever further into gore-iously blood-soaked, arterially active antics on their murderously misguided midnight recce to secure the luridly lissome talents of an affordable burlesque-dancing beauty, only to darkly discover at some considerable cost to their own blood supply that they have bitten off way more than they could chew! There's a garish, playfully camp, vaudevillian mischievousness to the far from pallid 'Vamp' that remains wholly untarnished, since it is a wonderfully witty, eerily engaging, giddily gruesome good time, and much like the delectably ditzy performance from dreamy Deedee Pfeiffer, Richard Wenk's wickedly Vamped-Up, luridly-loud, deliciously deviant VHS-Era Grisly-Gothic Horror hit being no less beguiling than our delicious Deedee!

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