Two fraternity pledges go to a sleazy bar looking for strippers to entertain their college friends. They have problems with transportation, Biker gangs, and worst of all, the staff of the bar, all of whom seem to be vampires, with Grace Jones playing the head vampire.

  • rusted31

    Now here’s a forgotten 80′s gem that deserves some recognition. This was one of my fave’s back in the 80′s. I used to watch this and Fright Night back to back all the time. It’s a fun, silly vampire movie that actually isn’t all that bad. Grace Jones is the highlight and she does deserve more screen time, but when she’s on screen she’s great to watch. There’s plenty of creepy, weird characters, a good does of vampire action, comedy, explosions and blood. Not as bad as some say it is and definitely one for fans of the vampire genre to enjoy.

  • spacedog

    The strip scene of Grace Jones is reason enough! Totally campy 80′s vampie that still entertains.

  • Spaulding069

    This is my second go at this review and I’m not going to be ignorant like I was on my last one! ha..But yeah I give this a perfect score because I grew up watching this on Vhs that my granddad recorded of Showtime back in the 80′s. For that reason alone it’s going to be one of my favorite Vampire flicks. I need to understand just because I adore a movie so much doesn’t mean everyone else is going to give it a perfect score. And to Ryan Daley, if you ask me again if my second favorite Vamp movie is Bloodrayne then the answer is no. It’s Bloodrayne 2 ha JK. others in my list if I had to create a top 5 would be Lost Boys, Fright Night, The Hamiltons and Martin. Laterrrrrrrr

  • Bubbleman

    I liked Vamp alot it’s very colorful, funny and has very good performances from its lead cast also Grace Jones looked stunning and she played the part of a vampire well.