Bordello of Blood


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 14%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 32%
IMDb Rating 5.3 10 11576


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Corey Feldman as Caleb Verdoux
Erika Eleniak as Katherine Verdoux
Whoopi Goldberg as Hospital Patient
Chris Sarandon as Reverend Current
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23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 5 / 10

Cheesy, dated, only good if you like 1990s horror comedies

BORDELLO OF BLOOD is the second of the TALES FROM THE CRYPT TV series film spin-offs and a sequel to DEMON KNIGHT, which I enjoyed. Sadly, this one is a much inferior vehicle, telling a cliched story via a script full of the lamest and cheesiest one-liners imaginable; it literally sounds as if it took the writers about five seconds to come up with each gag. If you're looking for wit, you'd do well to check elsewhere. The story itself is a dragged-out little enterprise about vampires in a brothel and seems to directly copy FROM DUSK TILL DAWN on more than one occasion. The unknown-to-me Dennis Miller is an unlikeable lead and Angie Everhart is very poor as the chief vampire, but at the same time there are positives here too. There are a ton of references to films and TV shows and some good actors in support: Chris Sarandon as a pastor, Aubrey Morris as the creepy house host, Corey Feldman as a tearaway. The film also features plenty of (decent) rubbery gore effects and some glimpsed early CGI. It's not the worst I've seen, but if you're looking for quality you're better off sticking with DEMON KNIGHT.

Reviewed by GL84 8 / 10

Solid enough vampire effort

Asked to look into her brother's disappearance, a private eye tracks him to a secret whorehouse hidden underneath a funeral home which houses a vampire coven run by a vicious vampire queen and together they team up to stop them from taking over the town.

There's quite a lot to really like with this one. One of the film's better points here is the rather light-hearted and silly tone present here which gives this one quite the fun and enjoyable setup. It's a lot of fun to watch as a goofy, entertaining effort featuring the idea of the funeral home working in conjunction with the sanctity of the church, which isn't that original but it still works here in giving this one the kind of ironic and goofy set-up required for one of these efforts. Going alongside this is the manner of this one featuring the outside relics that are featured here, from the ancient talisman that controls her to the use of the protective applications to allow them to walk around in the daylight without injury and the manner of how they go ahead recruiting victims to their hideout which all makes the storyline incredibly fun and adds some nice sleaze to the proceedings. From the concept of the bordello offering plenty of fun here with the topless workers parading around for the unwary victims, the several attempts to engage in tortuous sexual acts using the different devices to hold them in order to feed and the numerous scenes involving them around the strippers or topless clientele gives this one quite a strong sleaze quotient which has a lot to like overall. That also likes the fact that the fun vampire antics here are rather fun, with the initial attacks on the patrons inside the brothel, the initial scene of the detective working through the investigation which gives this a solid and workable middle half that keeps this moving as well as some enjoyable vampire action in the finale as there's the fun of the massacre of the club workers, the different brawls in their underground hideouts and the final assault at the TV station has a lot of great moments with the vampire in control and the main resolution to stop them. Alongside the nice comedy and rather fun gore, there's a lot to like here to hold it up over the minor flaws featured. The main issue to be found here is the fact that there are way too many scenes that go on way too long to really let the jokes fizzle out before they have a chance to land. The opening in the tomb is quite overlong and lets the joke of his stature compared to the men go on way too long before she finally awakes, and the continuous jokes about the girl being in the stripclubs in the area makes for a one-note joke that takes up a whole scene of her interviewing the vampire and it just leaves this with overlong scenes that hold up the running time somewhat. Likewise, the amount of goofy cheese featured here might be too much for some to take because of this, and they really are what holds it back.

Rated R: Nudity, Graphic Violence, Extreme Graphic Language, fetish sexual acts and mild drug use.

Reviewed by a_chinn 4 / 10

Stick the the TV Series

Okay second Tales from the Crypt film seemed most interesting to me because it was based on a script by the writing team behind "Back to the Future," "Used Cars," and "I Wanna Hold Your Hand." Unfortunately, this film isn't anywhere a clever or funny as those film, but in defense of Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis, this film was written by then in the 70s and was vastly rewritten by others, with Gale and Zemeckis only received story credit. I remember watching a behind the scene documentary on this film that interviewed the great John Milius who told a story about the two pitching the script to him and Milius telling them it was the most socially irresponsible script he'd ever read. The story in this Crypt story involves private investigator Dennis Miller hired by Erika Eleniak to do a missing persons case that leads to a nest of vampires in the titular bordello, led by supermodel Angie Everhart. Although this film had a theatrical release, it definitely feel more like a direct-to-video quality of horror film. The tip off to that should have been when you notice Corey Feldman is one of the top billed "stars" of the film.

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