Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat

Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat

By Anthony Hickox

  • Genre: Anthony Hickox
  • Release Date: 1991-01-01
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 44min
  • Director: Anthony Hickox
  • Production Company: Vestron Pictures
  • iTunes Price: USD 3.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 26 Ratings


Bruce Campbell co-stars with David Carradine in a terrifying tale of bloodthirsty horror. The townsfolk of Purgatory are mean and ornery for one very good reason - they're vampires! Hidden away in their secret community, they come out at night and feast with gusto! Now the Harrisons, an unsuspecting family from "outside" have ventured into Purgatory. Count Margulak, the ruler of the vampires, has ended their tradition of human bloodletting. Now the vampires get their fix from synthetic bottled blood, a drink so distasteful it's making the natives crave the "real thing." Rebel leader Shane and his army plan to overthrow the count - but it won’t happen without a fight! The battle for the "right to bite" - begins at Sundown!




  • A fun rental for Bruce Campbell fans, but not a cult classic...

    By ThunderCat Bri
    I was excited that this was released and bought it immediately. It's a fun watch, but it's not great and probably won't watch again for years (until I show a friend). Bruce is a supporting character, fyi! Rent it, it's at least worth that :)
  • Dumb, boring, not even amusing

    By FleetFeetPete
    This is just poor, in every way.
  • This film would stink on Ice its so bad.

    By #1maddog
    Very early Bruce "The Man" Campbell bit part movie, it is boring and monotonous and not even slightly entertaining. Avoid this and buy one of his better films like Terminal Invasion.