Beverly Hills Vamp
Fred Olen Ray, Grant Austin Waldman, Caryle Waldman (executive), Henry Waldman (executive) for American Independent, Austin Enterprises
directed by Fred Olen Ray
starring Britt Ekland, Eddie Deezen, Tim Conway jr, Tom Shell, Michelle Bauer, Jillian Kesner, Debra Lamb, Jay Richardson, Brigitte Burdine, Ralph Lucas, Robert Quarry, Dawn Wildsmith, Tony Lorea, Caryle Waldman, Susan Olar, Greta Gibson, Steve Barrett, Bob Eggbert, Stephen Carter, Linda Haney, Sharon Scott, Sandy Newlands, Pat McCormick, Mary Lee Andres
written by Ernest D.Farino, music by Chuck Cirino, creative consultant: Terrill Lee Lankford
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Three guys (Eddie Deezen, Tim Conway jr, Tom Shell) come to Hollywood
to become filmmakers ... but at the end of day one they already feel,
well, underappreciated. So they decide to visit a brothel in Beverly Hills
where they are greeted by the Madame (Britt Ekland) and three lovely
ladies (Michelle Bauer, Jillian Kesner, Debra Lamb), who promise to
fulfill all their wishes - which is when one of the guys, nerdy Kyle
(Eddie Deezen) bails out, basically because he has a girlfriend (Brigitte
The next day, Kyles friends are still not back, and when he
returns to the brothel, he finds it a totally changed place, and nobody
residing their but the ladies' butler (Ralph Lucas). In his desperation,
Kyle hooks up with a movie producer, Pendleton (Jay Richardson), the uncle
of one of his friends, and with the help of a priest (Robert Quarry) they
find out the madame and her three girls are probably vampires, and Kyle's
friends are as well, but to turn them back again, all they have to do is
to kill the head vampire. So armed with stakes, crucifixes and holy water,
Kyle and Pendleton enter the brothel to hunt and kill vampires ...
Hills Vamp is by no means a great film, it's just a silly horror
comedy with plenty of excuses to show boobs, with jokes that range from
almost inspired to plain moronic, and with very little actually horrific
going on. To put it another way, this film will never be compared to Citizen
Kane (and wasn't made to), but has a certain fun vibe to it, that
despite some very bad jokes and a rather annoying Eddie Deezen in the lead
somehow translates to the audience - that said, drinking a couple of beers
while watching this one certainly helps.