Devil Bat's Daughter 1999 Horror Movie Review
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A woman is horrified by the realization that her father may have been a vampire and that she may have inherited his thirst for blood in this sequel to “The Devil Bat.” The distraught woman (former Miss America Rosemary LaPlanche) consults a psychiatrist (Michael Hale) for relief from her nightmares, but her torment only grows worse as she becomes caught in a deadly web of deceit. Is she truly one of the living dead—capable of murder—or is she being framed?
About Devil Bat's Daughter (1999)
Devil Bat's Daughter
Rosemary La Planche, John James, Michael Hale, Molly Lamont, Nolan Leary,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
67 minutesDirector: Frank Wisbar,
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