Variety - 08/19/1996
"...[Miller gives] a sharp, smart-mouthed performance that doesn't seem all that removed from his standup comedy..."
Los Angeles Times - 08/16/1996
"...Miller wrote most of his own dialogue, meaning he wrote all of his cerebral wisecracks, and he's never been funnier..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 08/16/1996
"...Genre fans likely will enjoy BORDELLO OF BLOOD, which delivers lots of dazzling special effects..."
The cackling Cryptkeeper returns to share this tale of a deranged televangelist who brings a sexy vampire back to life to lure sinners to their deaths in a subterranean bordello. Their pact runs into trouble when a scruffy private eye arrives on the scene--armed with Holy Water-filled Super Soakers. Based on the comic books by William M. Gaines.
When Caleb Verdoux vanishes, her brother hires smart-aleck detective Rafe Guttman to find him. The trail leads to a bordello run by a beautiful vampire named Lilith -- who drinks the blood of the unlucky customers. Can Rafe survive Lilith's amorous advances -- and deadly fangs -- long enough to find Caleb'