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Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Grave of the Vampire A vamp by the name of Caleb Croft rises from his crypt in a cemetery and happens upon a couple making out in their car. After killing the man and having a few sips of his blood, Croft rapes the woman in an empty grave. Eventually, the woman gives birth to a half human, half vampire baby.

In order to feed him, she uses a syringe to extract her own blood, eventually leading to her demise. Her now grown son seeks vengeance against his father and is determined to track him down.

Did I mention that Croft is now teaching night classes on the occult? This offbeat vampire film has many interesting twists in it's storyline. One of Croft's students longs to be a vampire, for instance. As the vile vamp himself, Michael Pataki comes across as cold-blooded and cruel.

While the film isn't very bloody, the acts of violence he commits seem more vicious than the norm. William Smith plays the son, and he reminded me more of a bump on a log than anything. I suppose that's just the part, that of a secluded outsider with no world experience. There's a fight towards the Vampire causes woman to become pile of ass and tits that is surprisingly well-done. The film isn't as good as director John Hayes earlier effort, "Dream No Evil", but it's a unique addition to the vampire sub-genre all the same.

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I wasn't really expecting Grave Of The Vampire to be very good. I bought it because I found it in a bargain section for only a couple of bucks. I must say, that it was well worth what I paid for it.

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Grave Of The Vampire has one of the most atmospheric graveyard scenes that comes to mind. Weird lighting, fog, and sinister music really make the opening scene in an old cemetery quite effective. Michael Pataki makes a great vampire.

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Actually, he looks like a zombie vampire during the opening scene, which I really liked. The film is very dated, so don't go into it expecting it to be comparable to something like Blade for example.

However, for a good, spooky night movie it certainly hit the mark. A couple are making out in a graveyard. For some reason a vampire awakens. He kills the man and rapes the woman in an open grave no less. She gets pregnant, has the baby--but the baby will only drink blood!

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She provides her own and eventually dies. The boy grows up and vows to find his father and kill him for what he did to his mother. They do meet and things go out of control. OK--you have to ignore logic with this one. At one point a policeman knows it's a vampire who raped the woman and who he is--but how? And a vampire is teaching night school!!! And WHY would a vampire rape a woman to begin with?

Push those aside and you can actually enjoy this. The film has a very downbeat, somber tone--as it should. No jokes or winking at the camera. Michael Pataki is very good and scary as the vampire father. William Smith has a few good moments as his son. The rest of the acting is just terrible.

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Still this movie works. It's well-directed, has an eerie music score by Jaime Mendoza-Nava and some really creepy sequences the one near the beginning where a woman discovers a vampire in her basement made me jump.

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A pretty unknown little horror film that's worth seeking out. Strange and disturbing Neff-3 10 June This film, which I believe was distributed as a double-bill with 'Garden of the Dead,' has several disturbing elements which shoved it over the line of a traditional vampire movie; vampire rape, for one. Vampire offspring for another. Take two parts "Count Yorga: But it is an excellent B-movie in the horror genre with a definite 70s flair.

In the 's, notorious rapist and murder Caleb Croft Michael Pataki assaults a woman, resulting in her giving birth to a baby named James. Oh, and Caleb is also a vampire. A low budget affair well of course"Grave" is a mostly Grim affair, with an interesting spin on the vampire mythos. Here, we see Vampirism as a curse, which is nothing new, yet except for "Blade", this is the only movies I've seen take advantage of the idea of a child with a human mother and Vampire mother.

Vampire causes woman to become pile of ass and tits, this is Pre-Anne Rice, so no boring angst. While the dialog isn't Oscar caliber, lines like "Wow, Professor, you make a groovy medium!

That's not to say that there aren't any flaws.

For one thing, the acting is for the large part pretty wooden and uninteresting, with only Pataki making any real impression. Also, the ending is a rather lame "The End The premise is far less shocking, now, of course, but still a great twist on an old turn Pataki as the father is truly scary, and William Smith was always an imposing figure and there was something in his eyes that invariably suggested that he wasn't quite GroovyDoom 19 March It doesn't quite stick to traditional vampire lore, but it works on a very generic level, even though the script has some real problems and is generally absurd.

For instance, the opening features a scene where the vampire villain rises from the grave in a surprisingly well-lit cemetery while the obligatory couple propose marriage and make love in the back seat of a car. The vampire Croft's resurrection scene is traditionally spooky, with cobwebs and dust galore although the vampire was only supposed to be entombed for three yearsyet when Croft attacks the couple, the horror turns shockingly violent, and he brutally kills the man and rapes the woman.

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OK, so once you get past the questions of "Why would a vampire want to rape a woman? After this aimless and meandering beginning, we arrive at the real plot of the film, which involves Croft's son seeking him out to destroy him. The son, played by Michael Pataki, is presented as a weird individual without much of a past or future, although he does try to get something going with a few groovy chicks. Meanwhile, vampire dad has assumed a false identity as a college professor back when going to college was really radical, man and teaches his students about the occult, in between attacking women and drinking their blood.

The vampire attacks in the film provide most of the goods, and there are some truly frightening sequences, one involving a silly woman who falls for the old "what-was-that-noise-in-the-basement" trick. Croft is not content to simply bite his victims on the neck, often ripping out peoples throats with broken bottles, crushing peoples heads, and breaking necks when necessary.

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The movie has a great 70s look and feel--don't miss the "party" scene where a group of swingin individuals gets down to some jazzy music in someone's living room one of the characters admits "Gee, I'm really sorry about all of this, we just called some people and played some records and now we've got this thing happening". This sequence also manages to horrify, mostly because of the alarming sideburns that some of the men are sporting.

I think the reason the movie works at all is because it takes the viewer by surprise. The dialgoue and story are very juvenile, and then the movie shocks you with violence. The downbeat conclusion adds to the doomy tone of the whole thing.

Anyone with an interest in 70s horror should get ahold of this one.

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Coventry 13 October I wish I could be ALL praising about this odd, unknown horror gem and, for a good 30 minutes, it did look like "Grave of the Vampire" would become a totally unexpected pleasant surprise.

Although terribly cheap looking, the opening sequences are very atmospheric and frightening.

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The substance, too, seems to be original and a totally new take on the classic theme of vampirism. The films opens at a spooky and very ancient cemetery, where an undead dude crawls out of his tomb and assaults a young couple that are making out in their car. The girl is raped, but she survives, and nine months later she gives birth to a baby that drinks blood instead of breast milk illustrated by one of the Vampire causes woman to become pile of ass and tits horror-sequences in horror history!

The boy grows up an outcast and wreaks revenge on his vampire-father that still walks around in disguise. This downright sublime and eventful introduction blew me away and it really looked like I had come across a true hidden horror-gem of the 70's.

Unfortunately however, this is where the ingeniousness stopped, and the remaining hour turned out another dull and ordinary vampire flick. There are still a couple of bizarre plot twists, but they're overly stupid and far from believable.

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Also, because the originality has vanished, you begin to focus more on the dreadful aspects, like the lousy acting, the monotonous camera-work and the cheap set pieces. Near the end, it's hard to believe that this movie started out so promising and you regret not having pressed the stop-button while it was still good.

Woodyanders 15 January This unjustly overlooked low-budget 70's drive-in fright pic jewel starts off with an alarmingly savage and startling opening sequence: The result of this terrible tryst is one James Eastman a most sympathetic performance by legendary biker flick icon William Smith, who's perfect in a rare excursion into the horror genrewho grows up from a sickly baby who drinks blood from a bottle into a shy, soft-spoken, muscular half-man, half-vampire being who obsessively tracks down his evil undead old man -- Caleb works at a local college university as Vampire causes woman to become pile of ass and tits nighttime professor of a class specializing in the occult!

David Chase, who later wrote several teleplays for the fantastic, sadly short-lived "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" TV series and most recently created the hit cable TV show "The Sopranos," penned the hip, clever, very twisty and surprise-laden script.

John Hayes, who also did the excruciatingly woeful zombie stinker "Garden of the Dead" the same years as this pip and went on to helm the laughably lousy sci-fi clinker "End of the World" another Chuckie Band gemmasterfully creates a grim, creepy, totally sober mood and makes the most out of a conspicuously paltry, but well-spent budget, thus giving this singularly warped and downbeat humdinger the necessary gloom-doom edge required to make it a genuinely good'n'ghastly little sleeper.

Grave Of The Vampire is a very low budget 70's horror movie that was made quick and cheap. However, what it may lack with poor production value and editing, Grave Of The Vampire had some fresh ideas and has an interesting take on the vampire genre.

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