Hollywood Vampyr NR

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Hollywood Vampyr is an expose of Los Angeles' gothic subculture as seen through the eyes of a young female vampire.

Starring:
Trevor Goddard, Nora Zimmett
Runtime:
1 hour, 23 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Steve Akahoshi
Starring Trevor Goddard, Nora Zimmett
Supporting actors Jeff Marchelletta, Mark Irvingsen, Muse Watson, Joe Toppe, Jacqueline Donelli, Liz Bell, Felton Perry, Nikki Burroughs, Jennifer Cook, Warren Sweeney, Carolyn Richards, Maddisen K. Krown, Toggo, Simon N. Butera, Ashley Phillips, Sarah Jane Gardam, Ken Govan, Emma Haag
Studio North River Pictures
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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He is also a business student.
THE MOVIE GUY
It was embarrassing and actually made me want to dye my hair blond, throw out my entire wardrobe, and start wearing Tommy Hilfiger and Gap.
EvilolivE
This is an absolute piece of crap and I can't believe I watched the whole thing.
S. Boone

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By EvilolivE on October 10, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
After enduring the first 30 minutes of this movie (and the seemingly endless intro that you couldn't skip past that was so disturbingly stupid, it almost made me ill), I decided I just couldn't take any more and I proceeded to gouge my eyes out in the hopes that the pain from blinding myself would make me forget this abomination of a "movie". Okay, so didn't actually gouge my eyes out, but the urge was definitely there. In the alternative, I ejected the DVD from my player, and proceeded to break it into small pieces before throwing it in the garbage. I then pulled the paper cover out of the DVD case, and burned it, thereby erasing all evidence of the existence of this movie from my home. Now, I'm a horror movie fanatic, and I have seen some pretty awful movies before (and own many of them), but this movie has the distinction of being THE ONLY ONE I have ever hated so much that I have actually thrown it away. The portrayal of "Goths" in this movie are insulting. It was embarrassing and actually made me want to dye my hair blond, throw out my entire wardrobe, and start wearing Tommy Hilfiger and Gap. I mean, I always expect Goths to be portrayed unrealistically and cheesy, (it seems it's just a given with Hollywood movies) but this was just absolutely unbelievable. I have never, in my 15 years in the scene, known anyone like this. Because of this movie, I have now started a boycott of any movie put out by Brain Damage Films. I will also forbid any child I may bear in the future from purchasing or watching anything from Brain Damage. I am insanely upset knowing that by purchasing this movie, I have supported Brain Damage and the people responsible for this movie.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on June 16, 2011
Format: DVD
This is what happens when ninth graders write and produce a film. First off there is a difference between Goth and Vampire. The movie merges the two to the dismay of both Goths and Vampires and combines them into some cult religion which requires women to perform a ritualistic suicide. Trevor Goddard who played Blood, the evil Goth/Vampyr actually passed out during the making of the film when he saw fake blood. He is a cult leader who has a web site that reads like a bad Charlie Manson come on. "You are not alone. You are misunderstood, We are your family." Blood is the head of a cult called the Black Rose. Fatal (Nora Zimmett) is a girl in the cult who is pregnant and also does blow and smoke pot. Good thing she is off the heroin. There is Anubus (Mark Irvingsen) a club owner and associate of Blood. He is also a business student. Tom Weidder (Jeff Marchelletta) plays a gay student who helps Fatal and walks around with a goatee painted on his chin. Professor Fulton is the class instructor whose real name, Muse Watson sounds like one of the characters.

This is perhaps the "Reefer Madness" of Goth films. It is idiotic. Unfortunately it lacks the camp value to be entertaining unless you're a real Goth.
Trevor Goddard fans will want to avoid this one, it is unbelievably bad. Even the phrase "Based on a Series of true Events" should tell you something about the film. Minus 2 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Roesch on June 28, 2003
Format: DVD
This movie couldn't hold my attention, despite a very attractive leading character and a moderately hot male-on-male kiss....If you're looking for a vampire movie or a horror/soft-core film (ala the movies in "the Brotherhood" series), skip this one.
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By A Customer on August 23, 2003
Format: DVD
What this film has achieved is something rare. Calling it a "Catcher in the Rye" for the goth set is descriptive, but does not nearly do it justice. Truly, this film is a coming of age tale about a young girl who strives to escape from an oft-deadly world, to reclaim her life. The film is terrifying, compelling and brutally honest, with a non-preachy, positive message about acceptance, and realizing one's own truth. "Hollywood Vampyr" showcases amazing acting, from Trevor Goddard, Muse Watson, Nora Zimmet and others, and is truly one of the most surprising, unsung gems of the year.
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By A Customer on August 23, 2003
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What this film has achieved is something rare. Calling it a "Catcher in the Rye" for the goth set is descriptive, but does not nearly do it justice. Truly, this film is a coming of age tale about a young girl who strives to escape from an oft-deadly world, to reclaim her life. The film is terrifying, compelling and brutally honest, with a non-preachy, positive message about acceptance, and realizing one's own truth. "Hollywood Vampyr" showcases amazing acting, from Trevor Goddard, Muse Watson, Nora Zimmet and others, and is truly one of the most surprising, unsung gems of the year.
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