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Vampiros En La Habana (1987)

Vampiros En La Habana (1987)

Vampiros En La Habana





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Bawdy fun dominates Juan Padron's animated Vampiros en La Habana, a spoof of gangster and vampire movies. The setting is 1933, and a convention of vampire-gangsters is meeting in Havana to get their hands on a fabulous new potion called "Vampisol" that at last lets vampires out into the sun without the harmful effects of UV rays. Living proof is a young vampire who was raised so normally that he has no idea he is a vampire -- though that will soon change. His father is a carefree trumpet player who invented "Vampisol" in the first place. The problem now is to control the wild bunch of vampires who are after the stuff. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovimore
Rating: NC-17
Genre: Animation, Art House & International, Comedy, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: ,
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On DVD: Dec 21, 2004

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The version I saw was not the NC-17 version, I think most of the sex scenes were cut out. The animation reminded me of Rocky and Bullwinkle (but better), which totally gives this madcapped comedy its charm.

FilmGrinder S.
FilmGrinder Stone

An animated horror-gangster-comedy with plenty of
nudity, sexual humor, profanity, violence, and ethnic
stereotypes. The artwork is a combination of Spy v
Spy and Rocky and Bullwinkle. Pro-commie sentiment
throughout, but entertaining nonetheles


For those who think that in Cuba, animation was impossible, sorry to disappoint you! This animated movie is FUNNY as Hell, and a critique on politic interests, either socialist or capitalist. The hero is a young man that didn't know he was a vampire, because his uncle developped a formula that was given to him since he was a baby. The ingredients were found in Cuba, so the vampire uncle and his nephew moved there. He grew up enjoying the sun and playing the trumpet until trouble arrived in 3 ways...Sorry. Better try to see it. I'm not giving away the rest.

Eunice Madera

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