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Vampires in Havana
Directed by Juan Padron
"Imaginative… an animated fun and fangs fare!” —NY Daily News
The most improbably exuberant, good-humored, and downright funny variation on the vampire myth ever.” —Seattle Weekly
This critically acclaimed, hilarios spoof of horror and gangster movie, presented in an outragiously caricatured bawdy style features professor Von Dracula who travels from Transylvania to Cuba where he invents Vampisol, a potion allowing vampires to survive sunlight. When he announces that he will donate the formula to Vampires world-wide, the Chicago Vampire Mafia tries to steal it. The zany action is set to hot Latin jazz soundtrack by Sandoval.