Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p YIFY Movie

Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p

Reclusive vampires lounge in a lonely American town. They wear sun cream to protect themselves. A descendant of Van Helsing arrives with hilarious consequences.

IMDB: 6.21 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.69G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 104
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 8 / 28

The Synopsis for Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p

Reclusive vampires lounge in a lonely American town. They wear sun cream to protect themselves. A descendant of Van Helsing arrives with hilarious consequences.


The Director and Players for Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p

[Director]Anthony Hickox
[Role:]Bruce Campbell
[Role:]Morgan Brittany
[Role:]David Carradine


The Reviews for Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989) 1080p


Greatest Vampire Movie Ever!Reviewed byScott StengrimVote: 10/10

Sundown, takes the legend and makes it from the vamp point of view. It spins a story of vampires who want to try and live a normal life and those who weep for the old one. The characters are wonderfully written, and well acted. It may seem campy, but it marks something that no other vampire film has, the religion. It is quite a good ending with one great showdown.

Reviewed byMrChunksVote: 7/10/10

Bruce (Evil Dead) Campbell and David (Kung Fu) Carradine headline this1989 109 minute comedy horror which crosses over into the Western genretoo. I found this film a nice surprise and entertaining to boot. A townof Vampires headed up by 'the Count' himself (played by Carradine) arelooking to co-exist with humans in what feels like a retirement villageset in a John Ford-esque Wild West town. Unfortunately Jefferson (JohnIreland) has different ideas and feels that his species shouldn't haveto co-exist in harmony, why wear factor 1000 sunblock and drinksynthetic blood when living humans are a plentiful source of food. Asit happens to synthetic supply is in danger and the only way to fix thesituation is a living human scientist with the relevant skills so it'sthrough his family's eyes that we tend to follow the action and story.Throw in Bruce Campbell as a bumbling idiotic modern Van Helsing andyou have some great ingredients for making a film that it's stuck inthe horror genre alone. Laughs a plenty with a cute story and some funevents make this a great if slightly camp way of enjoying 109 minutes,to me this is more entertaining than watching "True Blood" which alsofeatures vampires and synthetic blood because it really doesn't takeitself too seriously :P 7 out of 10 from me on this.

Entertaining and unheralded vampire westernReviewed byRed-BarracudaVote: 6/10

A small town located in the American West is improbably inhabited entirely by vampires who exist on artificial blood produced by a plasma-manufacturing plant. In this way they can live without having to kill people and co-exist peacefully. But one faction decides that it is time to resort to their true nature, this results in a civil war of sorts between the good and bad vampires.

This one was directed by Anthony Hickox who is probably most well remembered for the comedy horror Waxwork (1998). I personally found that film to be something of a disappointment and in contrast found Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat to be quite a bit better than I expected and a lot more enjoyable than Waxwork. It's one of those films from the late 80's / early 90's that could be described as a hybrid-western, in this case a combo of western, horror and comedy. I only really heard of it this year and thought it slightly surprising that I hadn't been aware of it back in the day, as I couldn't see how me and my teenage buddies would have not wanted to see a Bruce Campbell horror comedy back then. But it seems that maybe it wasn't due to our own lack of awareness and more to do with this one kind of going under the radar a bit. I can't really understand why to be honest as it covers quite a lot of ground pretty effectively and was definitely good fun, if not exactly essential stuff. Whatever the case, it definitely benefits quite a bit in having such a good cast. Campbell is in more restrained form that usual as a dopey vampire hunter, B-Movie king David Carradine is the chief vampire leader, Maxwell Caulfield of Dynasty and Colbys TV fame puts in a pretty spirited performance as one of the main evil vampires, renowned character actor M. Emmet Walsh is as reliable as ever as a slightly world weary older vampire and future Twin Peaks actor Dana Ashbrook appears as one of the victims. All-in-all, a pretty fun time is to be had with this one, a film that deserves a little more love.

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