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  • Actors: Eileen Daly, Christopher Adamson, Jonathan Coote, Kevin Howarth, David Warbeck
  • Directors: Jake West
  • Writers: Jake West
  • Producers: Jake West, David West, Laurence Guinness, Marvin Gleicher, Rob Mercer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Manga Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 20, 2005
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A3XY7I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,150 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Razor Blade Smile" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Slices of Life Featurette
  • Audio Commentary with Director Jake West and Star Eileen Daly
  • Outtakes
  • Deleted & Alternate Scenes
  • CG Test Shots
  • Trailers

Editorial Reviews

A 19th century woman (Eileen Daly) has become one of the undead, becoming a hired killer in modern times. When she starts knocking off part of the elite businessmen, "The Illuminati," who secretly are taking over business and the government, she becomes the target of a Scotland Yard detective (Jonathan Coote) in this British cult classic.

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This is a Well made fun movie.
D. Shamon
A bad film that doesn't take itself too seriously.
"auntberu"
Then came the first gun fight.
Aaron

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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Shamon on December 16, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
Forget the detractors on this B-flick. This is a Well made fun movie. Also lead Actress Eileen Daly is absolutely delicious as Lilith Silver. She can drain me anytime. The campy fun during this film can be found throughout. Lilith just loves the blood, and from what I read Eileen drank it like water during the shoot. A word of advice for parents, this is a very violent and sexual film, especially the unrated version. For those of you who are looking for another Blade, or Interview with the Vampire, don't bother, cause this is a B-movie in the true sense of the word. No big budget, in fact the 20,000 pound budget, Appx 35,000 US was far less than the touted Blair Witch Project. Best tip: Get a bunch of friends together in a living room, aquire a lot of salty popcorn, turn down the lights and watch. To think that the budget of this was less than the one day catering bill for Titanic!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Smithee on November 19, 2002
Format: DVD
About a week ago I was sitting in the Washington, DC bar Asylum in the checkered Adams Morgan neighborhood. Sitting there with a glass of water, watching my friends get drunk, I noticed an unusual movie playing on one of the televisions. The sound wasn't on, but the imagery presented, backed with the bar's heavy metal and gothic music pounding in the background captivated me.
The movie was Razor Blade Smile (1998), independent fare from England. OK, it looked bad, but I had to see this thing in full. The DVD arrived today.
Having just watched the closing credits (and a little surprise when they're done) I realize this is a mish mosh of atrocious acting, bad editing, horrible effects and abundant slickness that comes together and works much better than it should.
The tale is of a 150 year old vampire "Lilith Silver" who is bored to tears and fills her time by knocking off people for money. Yes, she is a hit-vamp. Her current boy-toy employer has her knocking off people who wear rings with eyeballs in them. When she finally gets curious and asks a contact of hers about them, she learns they belong to a group called The Illuminati, a mysterious cabal that has inundated itself into the world's power structures.
It turns out that Sethane Blake, the ancient vamp who turned our murderous vixen into a blood sucking (and other sucking) fiend heads this group and has also contracted out Lilith's boss to rub out the lower members of his frat house. If this sounds at all interesting, see it. It's quite entertaining if you don't take it too seriously.
The stars are basically no one. Eileen Daly (Lillith) did a few minor roles and is known as the "Redemption Girl". Christopher Adamson (Sethane) is trying to be the next Christopher Lee.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 9, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
This british vampire flick just reeks of live action manga!.The sexy heroine in her latex outfits and arsenal of firearms,that she keeps in a coffin. It twists the vampire myth to new areas.The context and twist at the end reveal an oustandingly original take on the genre. The budget limitations are plain to see ,but dont detract from a great film. Truely the best British Vampire flck in ages. You cannot help falling for thr charms of Eileen Daly in the lead role as Lilith Silver, she was born to vamp ! Fans of the genre and manga wont be dissapointed,BLOODY BRILLIANT FUN !!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Madeline on April 23, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
I'll admit I'm not your typical vampire flick chick. I enjoy most of what I see on video because I might be a little too easy to please. But this movie had a twist that was most satisfying. I too get tired of the typical moaning and groaning vampires or those who dwell on nothing but the action side of vamp flicks. This movie displayed the action well enough, along with your regular love of beautifully sculpted dregs of the dead. But Lilith goes through it all with a sense of humor that belies the opressive atmosphere. It loves to poke fun at the usual stereotypical vamp flick. Something I feel sets it above the rest. I also like the low-budget side. It's almost as though it's thumbing it's nose at Hollywood. It's worth it in the end!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Harmonyfb on January 1, 2007
Format: DVD
The opening title sequence is the best part of the film. There was a really interesting concept here, but alas, the director went for 'hot' film and stylish camera shots and neglected performance and plot - I don't think he could decide whether he was shooting a vampire flick or a softcore flick with vampires in it. There were also some continuity errors, such as one sequence where the vampire goes through the front door of a house, but the next shot shows her climbing in a window. However, it is visually interesting and there's a fair amount of pretty, naked people to ogle, so it's not a total loss.

Not the worst, but definitely far from the best.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "c4895" on July 26, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Lilith Silver is an 18th century British "Lady" who is turned into a vampire, and survives in the 21st century as a Hit Lady for hire. Her latest job has her stumbling upon a secret society that is out to rule the world, and destroy her for doing in it's members.
Lilith is a cooler than cool femme fatale who hangs out in a 'Goth' bar, shooting the breeze with a bunch of yuppie fake vampires (who haven't a clue Who/What she REALLY is). Her current bed mate is a regular human who also contracts her assasination assignments. And she has a coffin full of Ninja swords and exotic hand guns (and a closet of clothes that makes Victoria's Secret look like K-Mart). This is not your father's vampire.
Eileen Daly snugly fits this role like her leather jump suit fits her. Despite her aristocatic good looks, she perfectly conveys the non-chalant evil of her character when Lilith seduces a bar pick-up for a nightcap, then disposes of her with that "Oh well" look. And as her smoldering sexuality stammers two cops attempts to grill her, she "fang flashes" one to remind us of how deadly she really is.
And that is one of the problem with this flick. The director waste too much time oggling Ms. Daly in skin tight jumpsuits, bustiers, and lingerie, and not enough on making her "jump out at you" scary(Now the guy who plays the evil CEO vampire is SCARY). Mind you, I could spend all day watching her run-way model the fore-mentioned, but I digress . Eye rolling, fang showing hisses are not scary when not directed at a victim. And taking a year-and-a-day to sneak through a window or past guards is great for showing off sexy figure in a skin tight leather jump suit, but really empasizes the "B" grade quality of production. Ms.
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