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Strange Things Happen at Sundown

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Strange Things Happen at Sundown

Strange Things Happen at Sundown is a 2003 horror comedy, centering on the lives of a handful of New York vampires. It was directed by Marc Fratto and produced by Insane-o-rama Productions, and picked up for distribution by Brain Damage Films. The film won the audience choice award at the 2003 New York City Horror Film Festival and has received generally favorable reviews.

The movie tells several vampire stories, interwoven together, and clashing in a violent finale.

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