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Canadian filmmaker James Dunnison directs this campy horror flick about a guy and his mother. Scrawny, leather-clad Phillip (Max Danger) is a misfit living in the basement of his mother's Toronto townhouse. Her bullying ways push him over the edge, and Phillip blows her away. Fortunately, he comes across an ancient ring that has the power to reanimate the dead. Unfortunately, his discovery provokes a horde of angry vampires. Between savage battles with mom and the undead, Phillip finds the time to fall for a sexy young medical receptionist (Sandra Guerard) who sports a different wig every time they meet. This film was screened at the 1999 Vancouver Film Festival. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi