Teenage Space Vampires 1999 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Don’t buy this movie thinking that it will be some real thriller with a lot of blood and guts. It was released by Pulsepounders, a Canadian film company which produces family film horror.
Thouroughly entrenched in the PG range, this is more Goosebumps than Scream and that’s a good thing for parents with kids into the horror genre.
A teenage boy uses his wits and the support of his family to save his town from a coven of Vampires. The special effects aren’t great, the costumes aren’t either, but it serves its purpose of edge-of-the-seat, while at the same time still safe, entertainment a parent can safely let their child watch without worrying it will warp them.
About Teenage Space Vampires (1999)
Starring: Robin Dunne, Mak Fyfe, James Kee, Lindy Booth, Jesse Nilsson,
Runtime: 90 minutes
Director: Martin Wood,
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