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A vampire named Boya is awakened from his sleep by a golf ball. He has not been awake since 1969, and marvels at his new surroundings. He does not feed on humans but instead on rats and animals. He meets up with a cab driver who is in trouble with some criminals, and a female donut shop worker who gets stuck in the middle. Befriending them both, they take on each others problems as he tries to protect them and at the same time endangers them by bringing them to the attention of an ex lover from years past, who has been seeking him since they parted. Now they must all form a bond of survival, instinct, passion, blood, and donuts.
There's a place between the living and the dead... and it's open 24 hours.
Title: Blood & Donuts
Release Date: September 09, 1995
Runtime: 89 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Horror
Sound: Ultra Stereo
IMDB Rating: 5.9
Buried.com Rating: 7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With B
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for violence/gore and language.
Gordon Currie ...Boya
Justin Louis ...Earl
Helene Clarkson ...Molly
Fiona Reid ...Rita
Frank Moore ...Pierce
Hadley Kay ...Axel
David Cronenberg ...Crime Boss
J. Winston Carroll ...Bernie
Earl Pastko ...Donut Shop Junkie
Sam Malkin ...Hotel Clerk
Susan Kottman ...Old Lady (as Susan Koffmann)
Charles Hayter ...Old Wino
Andrew Rai Berzins
Nash the Slash
"I Put A Spell On You"
"Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)"
"Tear Out My Heart"
"Sleep In Late"
"The Coffee Song"
"I Will Wait For You"
More Movie Taglines:
- There's a place between the living and the dead... and it's open 24 hours.
- Stephen: Am I employing retards? I have nothing against retards in general, I just can't afford to employ them.
Earl: What's, like, your take on heaven.
Stephen: Most people have some dignity, most people long to leave a mark. If it were just a question of smudges... they wouldn't need the bowling shoe rule.
Earl: So where you from? Boya Zsekely: It's a long story. Earl: I've got all night Boya Zsekely: You'd need all night. Earl: Well I've got all night.
Boya Zsekely: Everyone's special. Molly: Well I've heard that one too. Boya Zsekely: It's what I believe. All I believe. Every human life... Molly: So you're one of those huh? Boya Zsekely: One of what? Molly: A humanist.
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