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  • 1996
  • 87 mins

Tales From The Crypt Presents: Bordello Of Blood

Tales From The Crypt Presents: Bordello Of Blood

About

A lurid feature-length spin-off from the long-running horror anthology TV series that actually has virtually nothing in common with the classic EC comics of the 50s from which it derives the first half of its name. Miller plays a private eye searching for a televangelist's missing son; his quest leads him to a vampire brothel presided over by voluptuous bloodsucker Everhart.

Cast & Connections

  • Actor: Corey Feldman, Chris Sarandon, Erika Eleniak, Jon Kassir, Dennis Miller, Angie Everhart
  • Director: Gilbert Adler
  • Writer: AL Katz, Gilbert Adler
  • Producer: Gilbert Adler
  • Photographer: Tom Priestley Jr

In a nutshell

The film is grisly enough to serve up some scant enjoyment as a slice of grand guignol, but it's otherwise just another dumb gore movie.

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