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Vampire's KissAfter an encounter with a neck-biter, a mentally-ill publishing executive thinks that he's turning into a vampire. Therefore, he goes out and buys a set of real fangs. Then the chaos begins.
Actors of "Vampire's Kiss"
Characters of "Vampire's Kiss"
Directors of "Vampire's Kiss"Robert Bierman
Creators of "Vampire's Kiss"Joseph MinionBirthdate: 1957, Teaneck, New Jersey, USA
Critic Reviews of "Vampire's Kiss"VarietySeptember 16, 2008
Problem is that Cage's over-the-top performance generates little sympathy for the character, so it's tough to be interested in him as his personality disorder worsens.Chicago ReaderSeptember 16, 2008
What really makes this worth seeing is Cage's outrageously unbridled performance.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Bierman's striking first feature leaves one trembling between corrosive laughter, edgy terror, and a residual sadness at Loew's pitiful plight.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
The film is dominated and destroyed by Mr. Cage's chaotic, self-indulgent performance.Rolling StoneJune 06, 2001
What this movie needs isn't criticism, it's more like a stake through the heart.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
You're not exactly sure if the material is meant to be funny or is laughable merely by default.PopMattersApril 13, 2015
As Vampire's Kiss unspools, the lead character, Peter Loew (Cage), wavers in and out of this accent and a wide variety of voices, seeming to give every role Cage has ever played (or would ever play, past, present and future) equal vocal time in the film.Film4September 16, 2008
An odd blend of bitter comedy and genuine horror.TV GuideSeptember 16, 2008
What truly distinguishes the movie is Cage's performance, which is so off the wall that even if you don't like it you have to watch in awe.eFilmCritic.comApril 09, 2007
For pure, undiluted Cage-osity, Vampire's Kiss is the film to beat.EmanuelLevy.ComOctober 21, 2006
Undeservedly dismissed by most critics, this original film, whether taken as a straight horror yarn or as a psycho-erotic nightmare, mixes elements of fable and satire in a startling manner.
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