1000 Days of Horror 

“The movie itself has potential to be quite the cult classic thanks to the humor and notable cast.”

Broadway World

“something for everyone: cheesy, high camp dialogue, bits of voluptuous strippers stripping, groan-inducing gore, gallons of fake blood spurting”

Film Threat

with the enthusiastic and fun cast, and you are left with an unconventional and enjoyable little title.

Tom Holland’s Terror Time

“posing as a stripper-vampire-zombie musical that is actually a love letter to the underground art fringe in Any Big City, USA”

Chris Collins Show Interview

“Either this is going to be a cult classic or a dismal failure.

 Arts Beat LA

“Horror! Musical! Comedy!”

HorrorNews Net

“In this movie, humans have it terrible…but Monsters have it worse.”


“Sex, drugs, Rock & Roll, Vampires, Zombies, Strippers….Settle in and break out the popcorn.”

Daily Dead

“In this raucous, raunchy, bloody thriller with a touch of camp, Vampire Burt (Kevin Scott Richardson of the Backstreet Boys) cuts a scarlet swath through Hollywood’s young clubbers.”

Horror Patch

“After the fetching Connie (Diva Zappa, daughter of Frank Zappa) is turned into a zombie, a squad of vengeful strippers vows bloody retribution, determined to kill Burt.”


Splash Magazine

With Vampire Burt’s Serenade, producer Kenneth Hughes adds to his group of genre-diverse films, including Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk, Einstein’s God Model, and Fell, Jumped, or Pushed. A motion picture that strides handily between horror, musical, and comedy, Vampire Burt’s Serenade provides a rock musical which may be on its way to becoming a cult classic.”

GH Movie Freak

Kevin Scott Richardson…delivers very well in that character selling us the idea of Burt. He lives a wild life… literally indulging in all forms of debauchery knowing very well that he is untouchable as a vampire.”