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Q: Where did the vampire open his savings account? A: At a blood bank
Q: Why doesn’t anyone like Count Dracula? A: He’s a pain in the neck
Q: When is a vampire movie NOT a vampire movie? A: When it’s a VAMPIRE COP movie!

Fresh off the success of 1987’s CANNIBAL HOOKERS and 1989’s SCREAM DREAM, Donald Farmer decided to meld together HORROR and ACTION and came up with a cop that TAKES A BITE OUT OF CRIME! And this Vampire Cop *SUCKS*! Moe and Doug say FANGS for the memories as they BAT their eyelids at the numerous unclothed boys and GHOULS. OTHER PUNS! So much is at STAKE! DUELING RAY ROMANO IMPRESSIONS! This episode has it ALL. Enjoy VAMPIRE COP!

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    April 30, 2015

    I’m enjoying this podcast! Thanks for devoting a whole show to Vampire Cop! I wish it could come out on DVD but the rights holder is just sitting on it.
    Although the movie’s vampire cop was billed as Ed Cannon, his real name is Ed Corbin. He recently co starred with Jeff Bridges in True Grit and also was on a couple of episodes of Weeds on Showtime. Here’s his bio:


    And Hans Giger’s sidekick, though billed as RJ McKay, is really Academy Award winner Ray McKinnon who has appeared in everything from Apollo 13, Deadwood, Bugsy and Oh Brother Where Art Thou. Ray won an Oscar a few years ago in the category of Best live action short film.

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    April 30, 2015

    Loving this podcast!!

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      Doug Tilley
      May 9, 2015

      Hi Donald!

      Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. Both Moe and I really appreciate you listening to the podcast. I hope we weren’t too brutal – but I’m sure you understand that we try to balance our criticism with being (occasionally) amusing. We had a lot of fun with the movie, and hope that eventually the distributor decides to put it out on a format that will allow a new audience to discover it.

      I’m sure we’ll be covering more Donald Farmer pictures in the future. 🙂



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