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Vampire's Kiss

Vampire's Kiss ★★★ 1988 (R)

Cage makes this one worthwhile; his twisted transformation from pretentious postval dude to psychotic yuppie from hell is inspired. If his demented torment of his secretary (Alonso) doesn't give you the creeps, his scene with the cockroach will. Cage fans will enjoy his facial aerobics; Beals fans will appreciate her extensive sucking scenes (she's the vamp of his dreams). More for psych majors than horror buffs. 103m/C VHS, DVD . Jessica Lundy, John Michael Higgins, Amy Stiller, Marc Coppola, Debbie Rochon, Nicolas Cage, Elizabeth Ashley, Jennifer Beals, Maria Conchita Alonso, Kasi Lemmons, Bob Lujan, David Hyde Pierce; D: Robert Bierman; W: Joe Minion; C: Stefan Czapsky; M: Colin Towns.

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