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A Return to Salem's Lot

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A divorced dad and son attempt to build on their newly resurrected relationship by heading back to pop's hometown in up-state Maine. When he gets there, he finds that all the townspeople have turned into 300-year-old vampires. Some say that director Larry Cohen intended the vampire community to be a parody of old-blooded Republicans who so often rule in small-town America.
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Overview

A divorced dad and son attempt to build on their newly resurrected relationship by heading back to pop's hometown in up-state Maine. When he gets there, he finds that all the townspeople have turned into 300-year-old vampires. Some say that director Larry Cohen intended the vampire community to be a parody of old-blooded Republicans who so often rule in small-town America.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/4/2010
  • UPC: 883316246603
  • Original Release: 1987
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 31,816

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Moriarty Joe Weber
Andrew Duggan Judge Axel
Samuel Fuller Van Meer
Rick Reed Jeremy
June Havoc Aunt Clara
Ronee Blakely Sally
Evelyn Keyes Mrs. Axel
David Ardao Car Salesman
Jacqueline Britton Mrs.Fenton
Robert Burr Dr. Fenton
Katja Crosby Cathy
Stewart G. Day Jeremiah
James Dixon Rains
Nancy Duggan Farm Girl
Richard Duggan Farmer Vampire
Rick Garcia Cameraman
Jill Gatsby Sherry
Jamie Gillis Hobos
Peter Hock Farmer Drone
David Holbrook Deputy
Kathleen Kichta Vampire Wooman
Ron Milkie Townsperson
Ted Noose Hobo
Bobby Ramsen Jungle Guide
Gordon Ramsey Allen
Tara Reid Amanda
Brad Rijn Clarence
Edward Shils Farmer Vampire
Georgia Janelle Webb Sarah
Lynda A. Clark Townsperson
Technical Credits
Larry Cohen Director, Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Danny Aiello III Costumes/Costume Designer, Stunts
James Dixon Screenwriter
Richard Frisch Art Director
Jery Hewitt Stunts
Stephen King Consultant/advisor
Paul Kurta Producer
Armond Leibowitz Editor
Timothy Lonsdale Asst. Director
Michael Minard Score Composer
Steve Neill Special Effects
Daniel Pearl Cinematographer
Barry Shils Associate Producer
Gigi Williams Makeup
Catherine Zuber Costumes/Costume Designer
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2003

    Newbury, VT Is the Real Star

    I have to agree with the first reviewer. The most compelling reason to see this film is that it was filmed in Newbury, VT. Now, the film also happens to splice in scenes from another town that looks nothing like Newbury so that when a character standing in Newbury turns to his right he sees a landscape from who-knows-where that doesn't always match the place where he's standing (note that the roads are much more recently paved in non-Newbury. Non-Newbury also has a fountain in the Common). But if you're looking for a masterpiece of suspended disbelief, don't look here. It's bad enough to be good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2002

    Representing Newbury, Vermont!

    Let's be realistic....this movie is lame. However, the majority of it was filmed in tiny Newbury, Vermont where I grew up. In fact, the school in the film (that burns up) is the same elementary school my brother and I went to. I was in 1st grade when they filmed it, because I remember everyone talking about it. A few of the 'extras' are people I know from around town, which is also very cool....and one of the houses that gets shown a lot in the movie is a house where a good friend of mine Toby used to live. WOOHOO! FYI, parts of Beetlejuice, Funny Farm, and What Lies Beneath were all filmed in VT.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2002

    SCARY!

    This movie kicks butt!

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