Karmina (1996)

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Translation of the above: Karmina, a young vampire (only 140 years old) flees her Translylvanian castle where she must marry the horrible Vlad to please her father, the mean Baron, and her ... See full summary »


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  • Karmina (1996)
  • Robert Brouillette in Karmina (1996)
  • Gildor Roy in Karmina (1996)
  • Yves Pelletier in Karmina (1996)
  • Yves Pelletier in Karmina (1996)

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4 October 2003 | kendallk073
This film is great!
I really like this film when I watched it. I don't know what it is about the movie, but I want to watch it again. I'm not usually into low budget, or Canadian films, and almost missed watching Karmina. I'm glad I did, it has humor that I like, and some of you may think I'm crazy for liking it. The effects aren't grande but the actors are funny. I really liked the character Vlad, his attitude and actions were hillarious. I've seen it twice, but I want to see it again. If anyone knows where I can find it, I would appreciate it if you could e-mail me. It's not a film for everyone, and having it dubbed in English is kind of annoying, but once you look past it all, it's rather enjoyable.

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