The Fully Uncut Version!
also known as: BRAM STOKER'S BURIAL OF THE
director: Dan Golden
starring: Adrienne Barbeau · Maria Ford · Kevin Alber · Olga Kabo ·
writing Dracula, Irish-born Bram Stoker would contribute
short stories to various publications. Burial of the Rats
first appeared in Britain's Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (Jan, 1896)
and in the Boston Hearld a few days later. It is a (8000+ word)
tale that describes an Englishman in France, chased by an old woman
and her rats through the Paris sewer system.
This film - co-written by horror guru S. P. Somtow - keeps
none of that story and, instead, tells a tale of 'Bram Stoker' who is
traveling with his father in 19th century France when he's captured
by a coven of rat worshipping female rebels. The beautiful-but-deadly
warriors conduct vicious raids against men who have wronged them and
they use Bram (who is now in love with one of the women) to write about
Lots of problems have plagued the film. It originally
appeared as a TV movie produced for Showtime. But that version
was heavily censored. Further cuts occurred when it came out on VHS;
then, nudity was restored for the American DVD release but, incredibly,
much of the violence got removed. Here, finally, is the fully
uncut International version.
film in English Language; widescreen format, fully uncut 83 minutes),
DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT.
Extras include original trailer.
Strong Sexual Situations/Nudity/S&M/Sexual
for Adult Audiences