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Limp Fangs (1996)

Count Malt Liquella is awaken from his vampire sleep by a wino urinating on him. He comes into a world where vampires are a political party. but because he is such an embarrassment to the ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Diane Chernansky ... Laurel Canyon
Michael Des Barres ... Narrator
Del Howison Del Howison ... Falstaff
Christopher Michael ... Count Malt Liquella
Brian Nahas ... Orville Blues
Charles Napier ... Adam
Reginald VelJohnson ... Reverand Shields
Kevin Yarbrough Kevin Yarbrough ... Freestyle
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Count Malt Liquella is awaken from his vampire sleep by a wino urinating on him. He comes into a world where vampires are a political party. but because he is such an embarrassment to the party, the head of the party Falstaff decides to have him eliminated Written by Del Howison

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USA

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English

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1996 (USA) See more »

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A Weird, Wild, Hilarious Ride
23 February 2018 | by jimmymacimprovSee all my reviews

I knew I had to get my hands on this movie when I saw the title Limp Fangs, that the main character's name was Count Malt Liquella, and that Reginald Vel Johnson makes an appearance. When I popped this movie in my DVD player, I was NOT disappointed. Have a drink (or a few), get some friends together, and watch this. Minds will be lost. Christopher Michael is hilarious on screen as the title-and-titular Count, as well doing double-duty as The Creeper, a black man in blackface (you read that right). Reginald Vel Johnson appears as the Reverend Shields, a clear parody of Al Sharpton, and is absolutely swinging for the fences in a dynamo performance. Charles Napier, who appeared in Silence of the Lambs, appears here as The Cowboy, singing a song to the camera when the Count is suffering from Advanced Vampire Dementia. Michael Des Barres narrates. With this story and cast alone, it is unthinkable to me that I had never heard of this movie before. It's intentionally trying to be offensive and in-your-face, and I haven't laughed this hard at a movie in a good long while. The low-budget aesthetic only adds to the laughs and fun.

I found out about this movie doing research for "Shut Up, Wesley!" - my Star Trek: The Next Generation podcast (Christopher Michael appeared in an episode of TNG, as well as being directed by Levar Burton in an episode of Deep Space Nine). I was so entranced by this gem, that we ended up doing a two-hour, two-part review of this movie, as well as an interview with Christopher Michael himself.

Right on! Right on! You got to let your fangs hang!


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