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Addicted To Murder 2


Vampire Movies of the 1990s


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"New York City is one of the prime breeding grounds for the vampire, a creature that is very selective in whom it chooses to bestow the gift of eternal life. Among the candidates are the twenty-something Tricia, who desires to experience any life but her own; Jonathan, a young vampire with an attitude problem; and, of course, a few serial killer types like Joel Winter, who search for something beyond their psychopathic lives. But there's one problem. A rogue vampire is turning people who aren't worthy of "the Gift" and it's up to Angie to find her sister and put an end to these creatures with the tainted blood. "

  • Directed by Kevin J. Lindenmuth
  • Writing credits: Kevin J. Lindenmuth
  • Produced by Kevin J. Lindenmuth
  • Cast (in credits order)
    Sasha Graham as Angie
    Mick McCleery as Joel Winter
    Sarah K. Lippmann as Tricia
    Ted Grayson as Jonathan

    Robbi Firestone as Jackie
    Cloud Michaels as Karen
    Joe Moretti as The Hunter
    Kevin McKernon as Otis
    Santo Marotta as Victim #1
    Susan Little as Victim #2
    Bobbi Ashton as Hitchhiker
    Scooter McCrae as Caulfield
    Tom Calovito as Doctor
    John Serpe as Blind Date #1
    Carl Marchese as Date #2
    Gary Joseph as Mechanic
    R.M. Hoopes as Drunk Father
    Grant Kramer as Victim
    Tom Nondorf as The Crazy Vampire Guy
    Ted V. Mikels as Jonas Collins, The Vampire Expert
    Joel D. Wynkoop as Hess
    Laura McLauchlin as Rachel

  • Original Music by Alucarda

  • Cinematography by Kevin J. Lindenmuth

  • Edited by Kevin J. Lindenmuth

  • Second Unit Directors: Gabriel Campisi, Tim Ritter


AtM2 has three parallel strands; Sarah K. Lippman is marvellous as Tricia, the new recruit trying to find her way; Joel (Mike McCleery) meanders through the movie trying to find himself, while randomly killing as he goes along, as you do. And Angie (Sasha Graham) plays power games with them all, while seeing the big picture, and applying a hit man whenever appropriate.

Sounds good; and if it had a better director - one who could balance those threads - and a better editor, preferably one who had some basic editing skills, then we could probably forgive the fuzzy sound, and ropey camerawork. And the dire special effects.

But when the director stops the plot to feature a 'vampire expert' telling us innaccurate vampire trivia, then it's hard to keep up the imagination to the necessary level.

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