USA | 1992 | 113 mins | R
Marie is a vampire with a thirst for bad guys. When she fails to properly dispose of one of her victims, a violent mob boss, she bites off more than she can chew and faces a new, immortal danger.
Director: John Landis
Cast: Anne Parillaud, Anthony LaPaglia, Robert Loggia, Don Rickles
This Halloween season, check out the vampire comedy, INNOCENT BLOOD for its 30th anniversary at The Revue!
Roger Ebert once said John Landis’ INNOCENT BLOOD is an uncomfortable marriage of vampires and mobsters, and he wasn’t wrong. This vampire horror comedy is tonally jarring, however those are my favourite types of movies and they are often misconceived as failures due to the pressure of pleasing mainstream audiences that like being spoon fed what genre they are consuming.
In my opinion, this movie wasn’t made for mainstream audiences, but rather horror fans. Who else would appreciate LA FEMME NIKITA as a vampire battling mobsters in the streets of Pittsburgh and seeing Dario Argento and Sam Raimi in split second cameos?
This is one of my many recommendations for the Halloween season at The Revue! Come see it on the big screen! – SERENA WHITNEY (Programming Director)
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