Feast of the Vampires is a lo-fi VHS style horror/comedy made out of love for movies such as Fright Night and The Monster Squad, filmmaker Jay Burleson tells BD. The plot is as follows: The dinner table is set, but the main course is sitting amongst the living dead! Jay Burleson writes and directs this Southern comedy/horror spoof of Vampire flicks that replaces the castle with a plantation, and Dracula with Duke Wolfgang Moonlight. When Scotty (Joseph Ray) tries to track down his missing friend in a farming town plagued with a vampire curse, he enlists the help of beautiful Autumn (Aly Sutton) and the wacky vampire professor Orson Corman (Bob Dellaposta), but things get out of hand when they sneak into the plantation of Duke Wolfgang Moonlight (Kevin Wright) and become trapped as darkness falls. Will they be able to outwit the Duke and his assistant Gus (Jeff S. Anderson), or will they too become creatures of the night? The film stars Bob Dellaposta, Kevin Wright, Aly Sutton, and Jeff S. Anderson. It features music by Lane Hughes (POP SKULL) and the punk bands THE QUEERS and UNKO ATAMA. Pre-orders are being accepted for the February 9 release. Visit the official website for more.
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