Vamp

Synopsis: Two fraternity pledges go to a sleazy bar looking for strippers to entertain their college friends. They have problems with transportation, Biker gangs, and worst of all, the staff of the bar, all of whom seem to be vampires, with Grace Jones playing the head vampire.
Director(s): Richard Wenk
Production: New World
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.9
Rotten Tomatoes:
33%
R
Year:
1986
93 min
120 Views


1

Welcome to your worst nightmare.

You're about to make

the ultimate sacrifice.

The supreme test of immortality!

- The supreme sacrifice...

- Cut!

- ...will take place...

- Stop! Time out.

I'd rather hang

than listen to this again.

I'd rather hang

than listen to this again, you know!

This isn't a frat house!

It's a half-way house for morons!

The spooky costumes and the phoney

hangings... Guys, give me a break!

Silence, Pledge!

The De Psi Phi initiation has just begun.

Oh, I get it.

They're trying to bore us to death!

Oh, yeah! It's working.

L asked you guys to be careful

with my clothes.

Now, who wrinkled my shirt?

Wasn't me!

We misjudged you two,

you're obviously not De Psi Phi material.

No, I think it's Keith and I

who seem to be mistaken here.

- Am I right?

- Fooled completely!

We were under the impression

that this was the house on campus!

If you're the kind of organisation

that will take in any kid who'll jump off

a stool with a noose around his neck...

Guys! Obviously you don't see

the advantages of your position.

What advantages?

You have something we want.

Plush accommodations.

Cable television. Continental cuisine!

Instead of making us

go through these stupid, immature...

What's the word I'm looking for?

Asinine tests,

which, by the way,

we find incredibly boring,

wouldn't it be much more

to your advantage,

to take this situation,

and get something for yourselves?

Yes! You're going to have

a big party tonight, right?

And for this party, you're definitely

going to need party... stuff!

You're going to need

booze, tunes, entertainment!

- Booze is easy.

- We provide it!

Anything at all,

anything you need, and we're in!

Anything?

Excuse us, one second.

Come here!

Listen, AJ, I'm really excited

about the way this is going.

I'm a little concerned

with this "anything" part.

Couldn't you have said

"a thing", or "something"?

Keith, Keith! Relax, will you?

These guys are operating on empty.

I'll take care of this. Trust me.

A stripper, and by tonight!

This is great, I can't wait to see you

get us out of this one.

After all these years

you don't trust me?

- The truth?

- No, lie to me!

Yeah! I trust you.

Yeah, just one number!

That's it.

L know you're a dancer

and a professional trainer,

but I was just thinking how interesting

it would be with your clothes off.

- You're doing well, you know that?

- Bear with me here.

Hey, Sandy. How you doing?

Yeah, this is AJ.

Oh, so you heard?

It'Il only take five minutes!

Come on, I'd do it for you!

Field trip!

We'll hire ourselves a pro!

Great!

Call me when you get back.

- How much money have you got?

- AJ, they're not worth it.

They? I couldn't care less

about those wimps.

It's their frat house,

what a place to operate from!

You're giving me a headache.

We're 200 miles from civilization,

with no money

and no way to get there.

Tell me the De Psi Phi house

is worth this kind of aggravation.

- I got 82 bucks.

- Together we total 168.

That, and a little charm, should get us

a stripper and one deadly number.

Now all we need are some wheels!

Duncan...

Duncan Spriggs unleashes

a monstrous drive,

right down the centre of the fairway.

It's a beauty. Once again

an amazing performance by...

Hi, there!

You have a car, right?

Listen, I'll pay for the damages,

I shouldn't have parked there anyway.

What car was it anyway?

No you see, we need a car!

We're taking a trip and we'd like

to work out a deal for transportation.

Hey, guys! Where are you going?

I ordered some pizza!

- I'm a vegetarian!

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