R | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
The Crypt Keeper returns to tell the story of a funeral parlor that moonlights as a vampire bordello.
During filming, Dennis Miller would regularly send his on-set assistant to writer/producer A.L. Katz with the assistant saying Dennis was very tired and wanted to be shot out in his scenes for the day so he could leave the set early. Katz reluctantly granted Miller's request to keep him happy and cooperative even though shooting him out could cause some difficulty for the filming of scenes and that the movie was already having a difficult production as it was being shot. A lot of Miller's scenes ended up having Miller's coverage being shot first and then having the coverage of the actors done with the Script Supervisor in place of Miller to help the actors do their parts for the scene. This caused the other actors to get mad at Dennis Miller since he wouldn't be there for them in the same way they would be there for him when he was having his coverage shot to film his part. This also caused difficulty for the Script Supervisor to do their job since Miller improvised so much dialogue instead of sticking to the script and had to do Miller's lines from what they could remember. Because Miller's improvised lines weren't organic to the script, they didn't mesh well with the lines that the other actors had to memorize from the script.
Rafe Guttman: Sorry, Zeke - I'm just not in the mood for a blowjob.
Catherine's hair changes throughout the movie, appearing to be a cheap wig in some scenes. When speaking to the Reverend, her hair looks fake and is all one color. When battling Lilith at the end, you can see dark roots in her hair.
In network TV versions all the girls in the bordello are shown wearing clothes
$2,634,170 18 August 1996