A Night of Horror and Possible Worlds - Sydney's 5th Canadian Film Festival - present the Australian Premiere of Suck on Friday August 6 at Broadway's Queen St Studio, with a vampire themed after party to follow.
Featuring names like Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, Henry Rollins, Moby and Malcolm McDowell, and soundtrack contributions from David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and The Velvet Underground, Suck is a rock 'n' roll fuelled vampire comedy about The Winners, a group of musical wannabes who suddenly find themselves on the fast track to super-stardom when their bass player emerges from a one night stand sporting pointy fangs and a sexy new stage presence! Soon enough however the famed vampire hunter Eddie Van Helsing is on their trail, and The Winners begin to wonder if fame, fortune, and vampirism are all they're cracked up to be.
The screening kicks-off at 6:30pm and will be followed by "The Vampire Ball", where Sydney's "consummate rock and roll vamp, Mz Ann Thropik" will spin the tunes while giveaways and prizes will be awarded to those in the best costumes.
Possible Worlds will host twenty new films made north of Hollywood from August 2 - 8, including the world premiere of director Brian Trenchard-Smith's Canadian/Australian co-production Arctic Blast.
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