Amy Jo Johnson,
- Writer: Robert A. Masciantonio
Robert A. Masciantonio
- Feature length: 88 minutes
- Theatrical Release:
A little bit of life in the vampire community;
their pain, their internal feuds, their ways of passing the time. Trouble is,
they turn out to be just like the rest of us, only a little bloodier. Eternal
life is a boon to some, torment for others; some feel guilty about the way they
treat other creatures (us!); others rejoice in the vampire equivalent of pulling
wings off flies.
Even the central story, where our hero rescues our heroin
from a life of abuse at the hands of her ex, comes to nothing - because of her
'cold heart'; an inability to form deep, rewarding relationships.
writer-director (aged 24, apparently), clearly hadn't realised that these awful
tortures are endemic in humans too.
Good cinematography (mostly) some good
acting (and some bad). Would have been a good story if he's have thought of an
ending (and made it flow much quicker). But in the end, it's a big "so what?".
- Languages: English Stereo
- Packaging: Alpha Keep Case
- DVD Release: 2002
- Home Video Distributor: Synapse Films
(US: Special Edition) Filmmakers
Commentary, Promotional Trailer, Jerks An Original Short Film,
Animated Still Gallery, and Original Cast Audition Tapes