Bordello of Blood
Horror • R • 1996 • 1 hr 27 min
Not the best, but has some potential to entertain which is good on a night for a random movie. If you enjoy the show then you may enjoy this
This could have been an episode rather than a drawn out movie. Your classic “Vampires occupy a space and get killed at the end” type movie.
Absurd and corny but fun. Its s good time.
This is not a great movie, but it is amusing.
Tits,blood & terriful puns. As a pre-teen this was my jam. Now I think it's a really awful movie...
Campy. Intellectual this film is not. Watch it to laugh and relax. You won’t be writing a thesis paper on this one.
Although a bit underwhelming considering the Tales From the Crypt moniker this movie carries...Still a decent enough horror/comedy.
Dennis Miller's charm saves what would otherwise would be somewhat of a forgettable affair.
This is so bad it’s almost great...almost.
Love the comic-books, show & the film "Demon Knight", but Tales From The Crypt's "Bordello Of Blood" is a very standard, forgettable fare...
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