A slightly arty low budget indie horror that's somewhat
ambitious with it's vampire tale. It's too dark as it takes place mostly
during the night
with the Taxi driver Stephen Tsepes (Michael A. Miranda under alias
Silvio Oliviero) roaming the NY streets in search for prey, but it has
grittyness to it (like Abel Ferrara's Driller Killer) and Graveyard
Shift is not at all a bad little vampire flick.
But note, that this edition could've been better as it's
too dark and also with a 4:3 fullscreen ratio presentation
A New York stripper (Sugar Bouche) has obviously turned
into a vampire and she attacks and bites a man. Why?
She's only one of the women who has been bitten by the taxi driver Stephen
Tsepes, the man causing the vampire plague to spread in NY.
Stephen is a smooth vampire and the women he drives in his cab more
or less succumbs voluntarily to his blood thirst.
One night he drives the unhappy filmmaker Michelle (Helen Papas), a
woman married to an unfaitful husband and also with a medical
diagnose that she only has a couple of more months to live. She falls
for the soft-spoken vampire charmer and he starts to court her.
Meanwhile her husband Eric (Cliff Stokes) starts to wonder about the
handsome cab driver and the NY police closes in also.
This DVD is presented in 1.33:1 ratio (and also the
old US DVD ) and the correct ratio could be 1.85:1 ? I don't know. The
audio is english DD 2.0
mono and the only extra a trailer