Satan’s Black Wedding (1975)

SATAN’S BLACK WEDDING (1975)
Article 3103 by Dave Sindelar
Viewing Date: 11-21-2009
Posting Date: 2-11-2010
Directed by Nick Millard
Featuring Greg Braddock, Ray Miles, Lisa Milano
Country: USA
What it is: Satanic vampire antics on an undernourished budget

An actor returns home when his sister commits suicide. What he doesn’t know is that his sister has become a vampire through a black ritual, and that she must kill the remaining members of her family…

These are the sloppiest vampires in cinema history; they can’t attack anyone without leaving a bloody mess. Of course, this might be due to the fact that they have the worst dental work in history, what with the intrusive over- and under-bites. Well, at a running time of only 61 minutes, the movie can’t be accused of overly wasting film stock, but the movie is best used for filling out the bottom of the bill at drive-ins. Still, the movie does exhibit a little no-budget charm, which helps a little bit with the plenitude of dead spots in the movie. It also shows how you can make a score from someone noodling on a piano.

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