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Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p YIFY Movie

Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p

Reclusive vampires lounge in a lonely American town. They wear sun cream to protect themselves. A descendant of Van Helsing arrives with hilarious consequences.

IMDB: 6.21 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.69G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 104
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 8 / 35

The Synopsis for Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p

Reclusive vampires lounge in a lonely American town. They wear sun cream to protect themselves. A descendant of Van Helsing arrives with hilarious consequences.


The Director and Players for Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p

[Director]Anthony Hickox
[Role:]Bruce Campbell
[Role:]Morgan Brittany
[Role:]David Carradine


The Reviews for Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p


Reviewed byAndrew Benjamin ([email protected])Vote: 10/10/10

This movie I knew would be great from the start because it 1. was funny,2.it was funny (really) and 3. Bruce Campbell is in it. This movie is greatand don't know why the studios discontinued sales of it. If you can findthis movie get it, you won't be disappointed.

10/10

Don't forget the sunscreen.Reviewed bylost-in-limboVote: 6/10

Director Anthony Hickox's debut film 'Waxwork (1988)' was a disappointment for me, but his second low-budget b-grade production is a vast improvement, but still from flawless. For a comedy-horror I didn't find it particularly humorous, but at least it had an atypical quality and unique premise of a modern day vampire western outing. It's ambitious, but has a disarray of unrealized gimmicks in its broadly directionless story. The two themes were mixed in well enough though. Don't be expecting much blood splatter and dark humour as it's dry on that front, because it's quite light-hearted and goofy throughout the whole thing. The script keeps it tongue-in-cheek and fairly witty, but slim on plot details. Making it much stronger is that of a well-cast of gleeful familiar faces. David Carradine adds class with his lofty performance as the head count of the town. Bruce Campbell in a too minor role enjoyably twitches about as a vampire hunter and Deborah Foreman is engagingly warm as one of the undead. John Ireland mercilessly chews it up in a fine villainous role. Maxwell Caulfield made for a perfect oily vampire and M Emmet Walsh's cranky shenanigans were a delightful inclusion. In the main leads Jim Metzler was forgettable and Morgan Brittany was only slightly better. Look out for Dana Ashbrook, John Hancock, Dabbs Greer and George 'Buck' Flower. Hickox nicely paces it, and its ever-changing tenor is well pulled off with such polished styling. He does a slick job, with such restraints. The action sequences (mainly in the latter half with its traditional shootouts and standoff) can be over-the-top, but are competently done and the make-up work looks convincing. In the background the vast, dusty Arizona setting is beautifully captured by tidy cinematography and even a grand western flavour features prominently in the burning score. This little feature falls in the rivetingly campy basket.

Reviewed byScott Andrew Hutchins ([email protected])Vote: 9/10/10

Anthony Hickox skilfully blends a vampire story with aWesternset in contemporary times, and plays it for laughs (but notforcamp) allowing for more serious aspects to come through.Amongthese more serious aspects, which are treated that way, areanextramarital affair that has created serious resentment,andthe condition of being a vampire. When Robert Van Helsing(hysterically played by Bruce Campbell) arrives in Purgatory,Mort is already in jail for murder, and Jefferson is planninga revolt against living on synthesized blood. Dressed as a pilgrim, heinsists Count Mardulak is a traitor to his kind, while Mardulak countersthat feeding on humans is so special to be in common with "the tapeworm, theflea, the fungus, that's how special vampires are." The twist ending showswho the real traitor to his kind is. Inept Van Helsing sparesbeautifuldiner waitress Sandy so that she'll lead him to Mardulak, and starts to fallin love with her. Mardulak allows Sandy to bite him, and he wakes up withhis cross burning his neck and screamin' at his lack of reflection! The factthat Dave Harrison must work with the man who seduced his wife while theywere married creates some serious tensions, and Shane develops wood-tippedbullets to fight against Mardulak's so-called traitors. Deftly written, andlacking in the sadism of films like _From Dusk Till Dawn_, this filmpresents well developed, humorous characters, and everything seems to work,without ever turning camp.

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