Anne Parillaud, David Proval, Anthony LaPaglia and Don Rickles
Format Used: DVD
Contains: Graphic Lanuage, Graphic Violence, Nudity, Graphic Sexual Content
Also Known As:
A French Vampire in America
I am not into vampire flicks, normally. The cookie cutter plotlines and cheesy vampire teeth effects. Very few vampire movies
stand out, INNOCENT BLOOD is one of those rare vampire movie. The plot is unique. Marie, a French Vampire in America.
She sicks her teeth into a Mob Boss and plans on destroying him before he changed, but the best laid plans of mice and
vampires. She is interupted and is forced to flee, the mob boss becomes a Vampire and starts to make a new kind of mob family,
a family of the undead.
This movie is scary, it's funny, it's not like any vampire movie you've seen before. Plus Don Rickles in a rare somewhat
serious roll. All these elements make it a buried treasure and I would like to thank STEPHANIE McGRATH for recommending it
to me. That's INNOCENT BLOOD, check it out.