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The pillars of society (sheriff, doctor, funeral director, ambulance driver) in a small town turn out to be members of the undead. Still alive accident victims are pronounced dead at the scene but are taken back to the A.Lucard funeral parlour where the above's bloodlust is satiated. Why does an old woman who has been turned into a vampire die when hit by sunlight yet the main undead characters walk around in daylight with no ill effects? The undertaker applies mortician's wax to his face the same way people who go the beach apply sunscreen. As if this would protect him from the rays of the sun! Alfred Steinel, who plays the sheriff, deserves the overacting award of the year for his death scene.

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