Innocent Blood (1992) is American thriller crime horror movie that was filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and in Burbank, California, USA. Director John Landis (Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), The Blues Brothers (1980), An American Werewolf in London (1981)) did a great job executing this movie. Innocent Blood contains humor, gore, violence, thrills, love, suspense and blood.
Marie (Anne Parillaud - The Man in the Iron Mask (1998), Sex Is Comedy (2002), La Femme Nikita (1990)) is a French vampire who has a conscience and is being hunted by a gang of mobsters. She loves sex and blood that comes from Pittsburgh criminals. Marie’s criminal victims become vampires if she does not immobilize/kill them permanently. She has a moral code that she follows which is she does not drink from the innocent and only from the criminals that infest Pittsburgh streets.
She was living an amazing comfortable life until she started to have feelings for a police officer. The officer wants to put away one of her victims, Sallie (The Shark) Macelli (Robert Loggia - Independence Day (1996), An Officer and a Gentleman (1982), Scarface (1983)). She was feeding on Sal and was about to severe his spinal cord when the police officer Joseph Gennaro (Anthony LaPaglia - Without a Trace (2002), Empire Records (1995), The Client (1994)) caught her. She stopped so that he would not turn into a vampire. Sal is shocked out of his mind to wakes up in a morgue with a thermometer sticking out of his stomach and being very thirsty for blood. He leaves the morgue and goes on a venture to create his own vampire army. Marie joins her policeman lover in the search for Sal.
The movie was very enjoyable, and I recommend for you to watch it. It was a nice vampire flick with twist and thrills from a female beautiful female vampire. The director amazed me with this movie, and I just might be watching more of his movies. I gave this movie a six because it was great seeing a beautiful female vampire kick some booty.
About Innocent Blood (1992)
Starring: Tom Savini, Linnea Quigley, Frank Oz, John W. Iwanonkiw, Kim Coates, Rick Avery, David Early, Angela Bassett, Forrest J Ackerman, Forrest J. Ackerman, Sam Raimi, Marshall Bell, David Proval, Dario Argento, Phil Nardozzi, Lamont Arnold, Robert Loggia, Elaine Kagan, Leo Burmester, Rohn Thomas, Tony Amen, Yancey Arias, Bob Minor, Rocco Sisto, Chazz Palminteri, Bernard Hocke, Teri Weigel, Luis Guzmán, Tracy Rolen, Don Rickles
Director: John Landis
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