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they are the vampires and it is there territory
on 25 April 2004
When the sun goes down and the moon shines brightly, the tenantsinhabiting the Lincoln Towers tremble in fear...terrified of an evil,omnipotent presence, a merciless street gang calling themselves the"Vampires." The Vampires are lead by none other than Tony Todd as theCount! As the King of these apartments, he strikes fear into the hearts ofhis innocent prey.
Gary Frank is an insurance salesman, an ordinary,blue collared John Doe. Ray Parker Jr.mis a telephone repairman. The twoshare absolutely nothing in common except for the necessity of survival.Caught in the warfare of the Vampires' vicious nightly activities of chaosand total fanatical frenzy, the two must align together if their chancesof surviving the Vampires' ordeal is at all, to say the least, tenuous.The hunted duo's lives are in jeopardy. Their only essence to triumph overadversity is a motley of courageous souls including a tough elderly woman,her beautiful teenage granddaughter, Toni (Stacey Dash), and a crippled,psychopathic Vietnam veteran (Jan-Michael Vincent. This Vietnam vet mayvery well serve as much of a hostile threat rather than an ally to bothFrank and Ray Jr. The clash between good and evil continues in a vortex ofanxiety and perturbation until the last survivors of both sides meet in afinal confrontation...
This film is exceptional and also features thesong dealing with life by the boogie boys. A must have 10/10