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Marie, a female vampire with a conscience, decides to restrict her feeding requirements to the violent Pittsburgh gangsters who are at large in the city. Marie's victims become vampires themselves if she fails to permanently immobilise them, so when this happens, the gangsters become a serious problem which she has to fix.
The legendary director that brought you "National Lampoon's Animal House", "The Blues Brothers", "An American Werewolf in London", "Trading Places", and "Coming to America" brings you the dark comedy horror film from the undead.
Title: Innocent Blood
Release Date: September 25, 1992
Runtime: 112 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Horror, Romance
IMDB Rating: 6.0
Buried.com Rating: 7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With I
MPAA Rating: R
Anne Parillaud ...Marie
David Proval ...Lenny
Rocco Sisto ...Gilly
Chazz Palminteri ...Tony
Anthony LaPaglia ...Joe Gennaro
Robert Loggia ...Sallie (The Shark) Macelli
Tony Sirico ...Jacko
Tony Lip ...Frank
Kim Coates ...Ray
Marshall Bell ...Marsh
Leo Burmester ...Dave Flinton
Rohn Thomas ...Coroner
Angela Bassett ...U.S. Attorney Sinclair
Luis Guzman ...Morales
Don Rickles ...Emmanuel 'Manny' Bergman
Tom Savini ...News Photographer
Gil Cates Jr. ...Dog Boy
Charlie Gomorra ...Gorilla
Lamont Arnold ...Morgue Desk Man
yancey Arias ...Coroner's Assistant
Frank Oz ...Pathologist
Pitty Jennings ...Reporter
David Early ...Reporter
Forrest J Ackerman ...Stolen Car Man
Elaine Kagan ...Frannie Bergman
Michael Ritchie ...Night Watchman
Bernard Hocke ...Motel Clerk
Sam Raimi ...Roma Meats Man
Dario Argento ...Paramedic
Marina Durell ...Nurse
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Innocent Blood Horror Film Trailer 1
"That Old Black Magic"
"I've Got You Under My Skin"
Cues from "Horror of Dracula"
Written by James Bernard
"Too Far Gone"
"I Wanna Make Love To You"
"I See Your Smile"
More Movie Taglines:
- The legendary director that brought you "National Lampoon's Animal House", "The Blues Brothers", "An American Werewolf in London", "Trading Places", and "Coming to America" brings you the dark comedy horror film from the undead.
- The Comedy That Takes a Bite Out of Crime
- From The Director of "An American Werewolf in London"
- The movie that goes straight for the jugular.
- Horror meets humor when the underworld meets... the underworld!
- Horror meets humor, humor meets dead-on special effects, and boy meets ghoul in "Innocent Blood".
- Marie: I take lives. Joe: Ya well, if you were perfect you wouldn't still be single.
[Marie, a vampire, after seeing Mafia types in the paper] Marie: I was sad, I was starved. It was time to treat myself. Then I though - "What about... Italian!"
[after becoming a vampire] Sal Macelli: I can hear an angel fart.
Marie: When you are alone eternally, you live for the comfort of the senses: food, sex. I'd become very selective and it was getting harder for me to find food, even living in the city. My choosiness about food cost me my lover, and without him there is no sex.
Marie: You dress like a pimp and talk like a goon. What makes you news?
- One scene features a TV set that's showing Alfred Hitchcock's cameo in Strangers on a Train (1951).
Director Trademark: [John Landis] [SYNW] advertised on the marquee across the street from the Melody Lounge exotic dance bar. The car crash at the Shadyside gas station scene was filmed in Squirrel Hill, and the nearby multiplex cinema changed its marquee to be "See You Next Wednesday" every night after closing. The movie itself featured no footage of that theater (or the street it's on), although it's possible that it was edited out.
Director Trademark: [John Landis] [filmmakers] Appearances by directors Dario Argento, Frank Oz, Sam Raimi, and Michael Ritchie; "Famous Monsters of Filmland" editor Forrest J Ackerman; and makeup artist Tom Savini.
The distributors re-titled this film "A French Vampire in America" for international release without informing director John Landis, angering Landis and causing some confusion when the film was promoted outside the US.
Although this entire movie is about vampires the word "vampire" is never actually used.
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