Tales From The Crypt Presents "Bordello Of Blood" is a frightmare of sly humor, sex appeal, and go-for-the-jugular special effects hosted by the Cryptkeeper. A televangelist (Sarandon), with an all-powerful talisman, brings Lilith (Everhart), the nastiest vampire of all time, back to life. Lilith becomes the Madam of a bordello where she and her luscious ladies of the night bleed their lust driven customers to their deaths. When Katherine (Eleniak) discovers that her punk brother has disappeared, she hires wise-cracking private eye Rafe Guttman (Miller) to help her find him amidst scantily clad vampiresses. (Suzanne Hodges)
WIth a picture that is virtually the same as the previously released Image Entertainment DVD (reviewed way back in Issue 28), this new 1.85:1 DVD (also anamorphic enhanced) exhibits a generally pleasing picture that passed for
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