Robo Vampire

May 7, 2018 at 12:26 am (5 Heads, Robo Vampire) (, , , , , , , )

Robo Vampire – 1988 – Hong Kong/Thailand

An evil Buddhist priest and a gang of heroin dealers use Chinese hopping vampires to kill the police. The “police” wear camo fatigues, carry grenade launchers, and know martial arts. A policeman is killed and resurrected as a cyborg warrior. He looks like Robocop mixed with a samurai, but made out of pillows and duct tape. The movie has a lot of fight scenes.

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Vampire Hunter

March 14, 2018 at 12:43 am (7 Heads, Vampire Hunter) (, , , , )

Vampire Hunter – 1997 – United States

John O’Ryan is a martial artist and erotic pin-up artist. He has a yellow sports car, a motorcycle, a huge collection of ninja weaponry, and shelves full of super hero action figures. He and his wife are totally in love, and she is a babe. In other words, John is pretty much the dude that every dude wants to be—or at least every dude who would watch a movie like Vampire Hunter.

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Kimera

September 14, 2017 at 11:13 pm (5 Heads, Kimera) (, , , , , )

Kimera – 1997 – Japan

Three pod-like spaceships crash in an isolated forest in America. Scientists capture one of the three pod-people. She is Kimera—an androgynous, green-haired, hermaphroditic, nymphomaniac vampire. She can breed with creatures of any gender or species. An ancient alien legend claims that her children will destroy mankind. The other two pod-people are also freakish vampire mutants. One wants to destroy Kimera and save mankind. The other wants to save Kimera and destroy them. Caught in the conflict is a young Japanese man who falls in love with Kimera. The plot climaxes in a bloody showdown inside a church. There are tentacles, cocoons, and giant snakes all over the place, plus an alien gray. In the end, the Japanese man spares Kimera, and they drive into the sunset. He says: “Kimera, I know what you feel for me isn’t love as I know it, but my love for you is real even if the cost is my own soul.” That’s a surprisingly strong sentiment, especially since Kimera never says a word the whole movie.

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The Vampires Night Orgy

September 4, 2017 at 11:27 pm (5 Heads, Vampires Night Orgy) (, , , , , )

The Vampires Night Orgy – 1973 – Spain/Italy

A bus full of travelers gets stranded in the rustic mountain village of Tolnio (in Spain). The village’s inhabitants are a strange lot. There is a beautiful countess who loves Shakespeare, the village’s charismatic mayor whom everyone calls The Major, and a giant axe-wielding man with an Afro. They treat their guests well by letting them stay for free, giving them money, and cooking them a sumptuous feast of human flesh. You see, the villagers are actually vampires. One by one, they convert the travelers to vampirism. One couple manages to escape, but when they return with the police, the village has disappeared.

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Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

April 30, 2017 at 10:19 pm (9 Heads, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust – 2000 – Japan/United States

In the post-apocalyptic future, humans are hunted by vampires, werewolves, and mutants. In a frontier village, a vampire count kidnaps the mayor’s daughter. To rescue her, the mayor hires D, a half-vampire bounty hunter. D pursues the count across the country, followed by some tank-driving cyborg mercenaries known as the Marcus Brothers. The count intends to flee Earth in a spaceship, but D apprehends him. To D’s surprise, the mayor’s daughter is the count’s willing bride. Considering his melancholic life as a half-vampire outcast, D cannot accept the lovers’ relationship. A bloody duel ensues.

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Manborg

February 18, 2017 at 11:56 pm (8 Heads, Manborg) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Manborg – 2011 – United States

Following the Hell Wars, Nazi vampires from Hell (who look like cenobites from Hellraiser) enslave humanity. Manborg is a cyborg gladiator incarcerated by the vampires in a high-tech prison. He teams up with Justice (a wise-cracking Australian), Mina (a blue-haired girl who looks like an anime character), and #1 Man (a martial artist) to destroy Count Draculon and his legions of vampires, mutants, and robots.

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I Dream of Dracula

January 23, 2017 at 1:07 am (4 Heads, I Dream of Dracula) (, , , )

I Dream of Dracula – 2003 – United States

Priscilla has recurring dreams about being a vampire. She does some research and discovers that she is descended from a long line of vampires. She also learns that vampires are not undead humans, but their own species. It turns out that all the myths are wrong. Vampires can go out in sunlight, eat real food, and see their reflection. They only drink blood because they like to.

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Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare

September 19, 2016 at 3:31 am (7 Heads, Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare) (, , , )

Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare – 1968 – Japan

In medieval times, treasure hunters explore the Babylonian ruins of Ur and awaken a bird-like vampire monster. The vampire (named Daimon) flies to Japan and possesses the magistrate of a town. He commits various atrocities such as drinking blood, acting rude, kidnapping children, and killing a dog. A young samurai teams up with a Buddhist monk and some friendly monsters from Japanese folklore. They defeat Daimon by stabbing out his eyes.

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Horror of Dracula

April 1, 2016 at 1:22 am (9 Heads, Horror of Dracula) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Horror of Dracula – 1958 – England

Horror of Dracula (known as Dracula outside of the United States) is the third filmic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula (1897). It is preceded by Universal Pictures’ Dracula (1931) and Nosferatu (1922), although Nosferatu was an unofficial adaptation which resulted in a lawsuit. Horror of Dracula was produced by Hammer Film Productions and features many Hammer regulars such as actors Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, director Terence Fisher, and writer Jimmy Sangster.

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The Vampire’s Coffin (El ataúd del Vampiro)

February 15, 2016 at 5:53 pm (4 Heads, Vampire's Coffin) (, , , , )

The Vampire’s Coffin – 1958 – Mexico

While researching vampires, a scientist steals a vampire’s corpse from a graveyard. He accidentally revives it, and the vampire goes on a rampage. A nervous, buffoonish doctor kills the vampire and rescues a beautiful woman.

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