There are many sub-genres in horror; one of my favorites being horror-comedies or campy horror. There's something great about watching a movie you know is going to be cheesy and ridiculous- you don't expect anything spectacular and are usually pleasantly surprised. Holly Dale's first feature film "Blood & Donuts" (1995) is a hidden gem from the 90's that fits that description. "Blood & Donuts" is about a vampire name Boya (played by Gordon Currie) who awakens from a 25 year nap after a golf ball hits him in the head. Disoriented, he takes a cab to a graveyard to dig up his well-hidden belongings. He finds a place to stay at a run-down hotel and then makes his way to the all-night donut shop next door. Boya befriends cabbie and donut addict Earl (Louis Ferreira) and falls for waitress Molly (Helene Clarkson). Earl is having some trouble with two mobster types, so Boya steps up to protect him. Boya's scorned ex-girlfriend Rita (Fiona Reid) is also out looking for revenge because Boya would not turn her into a vampire.