Vampiros En La Habana (1987)




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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, Rovi


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The 14- to 16-year-old crowd may not get the anticapitalist message, but they might be tickled by the fangs.

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