Win one of three copies of Vamp on DVD courtesy of Arrow Films!
3rd Mar 11
Vamp is finally out on DVD in UK, and to celebrate this, Arrow Films have given us the opportunity to give away three DVD copies.
We missed the release date (that was late Feb) so this competitions only going to be up for a week or so. So enter now! Usual conditions apply (i.e must be 18 or over and a UK resident).
Flesh hungry freaks, exotic vampire dancers and black comedy combine in one of the great cult video store hits of the 1980s... Vamp
At school, getting into the right fraternity can be a matter of life or death. Keith and AJ need to hire a stripper to entertain the brothers or their college days are over. In a shady after hours joint they find an adult entertainer like no other when they step into the world of sharp-fanged Katrina. Have these two freshmen bitten off more than they can chew? Stuck on the wrong side of town, on a dark night and surrounded by a plague of alien blood suckers... The answer is definitely yes!
With a cast including the gorgeous Dedee Pfeiffer and the frighteningly beautiful Grace Jones, this oddball combination of blood, laughs and vampire hotness is a must have for all lovers of the undead.
THIS AMAZING EDITION CONTAINS:
- 4 panel reversible sleeve options with new artwork and original posters
- Double-sided fold-out poster
- Exclusive collector’s booklet by Jay Slater critic and author of ‘Eaten Alive’
- Glorious HD transfer of the film in 1.85:1 original aspect ratio
- Original Mono Audio
- Optional English subtitles
- Brand new audio commentary with star Robert Rusler and critic Calum Waddell
- Introduction by Robert Rusler
- Vamp it Up – Dedee Pfeiffer Remembers The After Dark Club
- Vamp Stripped Bare – An Interview with Richard Wenk
- Back to the 80s – Producing a Campy Cult Classic
- Scrapbook of Scares - Richard Wenk looks over his collection of Vamp memorabilia
- Easter Egg
- Behind the Scenes Rehearsals
- Blooper Reel
- ‘Dracula Bites the Big Apple’ short film by Richard Wenk
- Original Trailer
Grace Jones famously play a villian in which Bond movie?