The movie tries to tell the tale of a woman 'accidently'
turned into a vampire during a rather feeble sex game; as this new arrival upsets
the balance of the 'club', one is sent to destroy her.
Savage as Zero
Starr Andreeff as Corri
Mariam Parris as Alko
Michael J. Anderson as Kiddo
Diana Frank as Laura
Viktoria Chapman as Melanie
Sarah Shackleton as Punk Girl
Tony Ervolina as Suave Man
Jordan Black as Gang Member #1
as Gang Member #2
Donald Sager as Man
Anna K. McKown as Ragamuffin Girl
- Director Andy Ruben
- Production Year: 1997
- Run Time: 87 minutes (VHS and TV vary 75-87 min)
most reviewers, I had great difficulty wondering what on earth was going on; unlike
one twit of a critic, I do not believe for one instant that this was intended
as a comedy; far from it. The degree of amateur-hour overacting confirms that
the whole cast were set on winning Academy Awards.
The basic plot included
some great ideas; the pain and confusion during vampirification; the anger and
resentment at the new 'lifestyle' - but all this lot could manage was anger (shouting)
fear (whimpering) and pain (screaming). So opportunities were lost.
direction was appalling, though marginally better than the editing. Games with
light were another possibility. But not in this movie. Casting was verging on
the insane, with the lead vampire improbably portrayed by a Lolita-esque actor,
while Our Hero was suitably undermined by an octogenarian escapee from Camp Alztheimer.
bad movies are so bad that they're good; Don't even think about it - this one
is just plain bad. Period.
- Released: 2003
- Picture Gallery