Special features include the 22-minute short "Dracula Bites The Big Apple," seven minutes of behind-the-scenes rehearsal footage, a six-minute blooper reel, two "Vamp" trailers, seven TV spots, commentary with writer/director Richard Wenk and stars Chris Makepeace, Dedee Pfeiffer, and Gedde Watanabe, and a poster and still gallery.
A trio of fraternity boys head to the strip joints in search of some excitement and entertainment. But the night really starts to bite when they discover that the girls are not only dancers but Vampires in disguise. (Tricia Spears)
Color saturation is adequate for this anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD. Contrast can seem a bit low. The picture is often soft and hazy, and some pixel breakup is evident. (Suzanne Hodges)
With overall levels cranked very high, the Dolby
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