Michael Pataki portrays a two hundred year old vampire who rapes and impregnates a young girl in a mausoleum. The doctors tell her that her growing baby is stillborn yet she decides to have it--and when she does it's a strange gray color. And the boy will not eat--that is, until she accidently cuts herself and the blood drips onto the baby's mouth. He hungrily laps it up. So, she feeds the child her blood. Years later, the grown child, portrayed by William Smith (Conan's father in CONAN THE BARBARIAN), hunts down his father for revenge and finds that he is teaching at a college under a pseudonym. Although spawned by a vampire Smith can go out in the daylight and can eat raw meat and animal blood to sate his appetite. But after his father kills a group of college kids and Smith reveals who he really is, the fight begins, one of the most brutal and realistic fights I've seen in a movie. These two guys look like they're going to rip each other apart. There's no flying around, no slow-motion like the bionic man. Just an all out brawl. Yet, when Smith wins, killing his father, he dooms himself to becoming a full-vampire. This is an extremely recommended vampire movie.