Director John Landis returns to horror-comedy territory with INNOCENT BLOOD, a vampire yarn that shares the uneven quality of Landis's previous entry in the genre, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON.
Marie (Anne Parillaud, making her American film debut after scoring in the lead of Luc Besson's LA FEMME NIKITA) is an ageless bloodsucker who only preys on evil people, taking care to shoot her victims in the head to prevent their own return from the dead. With a Pittsburgh mob war going on, she
has a perfect cover for her activities, as Mafioso Sal "The Shark" Macelli (Robert Loggia) is attempting a bloody takeover. She encounters one of Macelli's underlings, Joe Genn...