The movie that goes straight for the jugular.
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- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: April 27, 2020
- Originally Released: 1992
- Label: Warner Archives
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Anne Parillaud, Robert Loggia, Anthony LaPaglia & Don Rickles|
|Performer:||Rocco Sisto, Kim Coates, David Proval, Chazz Palminteri, Marshall Bell, Luis Guzmán, Leo Burmester & Angela Bassett|
|Directed by||John Landis|
|Edited by||Dale Beldin|
|Screenwriting by||Michael Wolk|
|Composition by||Ira Newborn|
|Produced by||Lee Rich & Leslie Belzberg|
|Director of Photography:||Mac Ahlberg|
Regrettably, all too often the tone lurches from stylish suspense to smart-ass in-jokiness and silly slapstick. Full Review
Like one of the victims, Innocent Blood feels about five quarts low. Full Review
Rating: 2/4 -- The incessant shots of old, and better, vampire movies on the various characters' TVs become distracting and annoying. Full Review
...Casting has always been a Landis strength as much as an outrageous pitch-dark sense of humor, and his three stars couldn't be better...
Los Angeles Times
Rating: 2/4 -- Innocent Blood is an uncomfortable marriage of vampires and mobsters; it doesn't work on either the supernatural or the criminal level. Full Review
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Rating: 3.5 -- Cameo appearances by terror icons Dario Argento, Sam Raimi, and Tom Savini help make Innocent Blood a hoot for horror fans, but you don't have to be a gorehound or a vampire lover to get a kick out of the film's virulent mix of guts and guffaws. Full Review
The underworld and netherworld collide as two types of bloodsuckers work the same Pittsburgh turf: nefarious gangsters, and a sexy, tormented female vampire who preys on them. INNOCENT BLOOD is a uniquely amusing blend of vampire, gangster, and love stories, starring Anne Parillaud as the beguiling vampire Marie, who feeds on the head of the Pittsburgh mafia and suddenly finds herself responsible for creating a bloodthirsty killer. When the newly created vampire mobster devises a scheme to turn his macho mafia men into vampire killing machines, she knows he must be stopped. Look for cameos from such significant B-movie personages as Sam Raimi, Dario Argento, Linnea Quigley, and Teri Weigel.
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