Suck (2009)

R   |    |  Comedy, Horror, Music

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A comedy centered on a rock 'n' roll band that will do anything to become famous.

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  • Jessica Paré in Suck (2009)
  • Jessica Paré in Suck (2009)
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  • Dimitri Coats in Suck (2009)
  • Malcolm McDowell, Alice Cooper, Dave Foley, Moby, Iggy Pop, Alex Lifeson, Jessica Paré, Henry Rollins, Rob Stefaniuk, Mike Lobel, Paul Anthony, Dimitri Coats, and Chris Ratz in Suck (2009)
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14 July 2013 | BA_Harrison
| Suck it and see..
After ten years on the road without success, rock band The Winners are on the verge of splitting up. Their luck changes, however, after Jennifer (Jessica Paré), the band's sexy female vocalist, falls victim to a vampire and becomes a member of the undead, drawing in the crowds with her supernatural stage presence. Pretty soon, the other members of the band are joining the ranks of the undead in their bid for fame and fortune.

It's a brave move to call your movie Suck, such a title inviting the obvious derogatory comment from those who don't quite appreciate your vision. Thankfully, Rob Stefaniuk's offbeat musical vampire road movie should avoid such harsh criticism from the majority of viewers: although it doesn't quite achieve the cult brilliance it so clearly strives for and some of the comedy falls flat, the fun cast (which includes rock stars Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, Henry Rollins and Moby) and some surprisingly good songs make this moderately entertaining for the duration.

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