Writer, producer and director Pirro was forced to star as Dupah, a polish vampire who has never bitten anyone, after Eddie Deezen (Eugene in Grease) quit the role. Kicked out of his castle in the Burbank hills by his father, he sets out to find his own victim and ends up with the girl of his dreams (the stunning Lori Sutton). This comedy was the first film shot in Super-8mm format to be shown on a national cable network, and ended up grossing over $500,000 on video. The film only cost about $1500 to make, and none of actors got paid much if at all, which gets my respect when you consider that the film was mostly shot at night between 12-4 am, and they probably would have had to have other jobs on the go as well. A real labour of love, and reasonably amusing - special features were interesting too.