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Terry David Mulligan
Charlotte is a good girl virgin who is having some very bad dreams about sex. These dreams are courtesy of the vampire. Charlotte begins to change but as long as she remains pure for three days, the vampire will take her and they will live eternally together. Written by
Josh Pasnak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The film made US$15,000,000 during the video sales, against a budget of under a million dollars. See more »
Charlotte's blouse when Sarah is photographing her. See more »
[Changing clothes and standing naked, her butt and the side of her breast are shown]
You know, she didn't have a choice
[Notices Charlotte naked and smiles]
Let's just put the knives in your father's back where they belong.
[Putting on a shirt, her right breast and butt are visible]
Yeah, that might be more appropriate.
You know, I can't help wishing you had inherited a little bit of his promiscuity.
[Buttoning up the shirt, still naked from the waist down with her butt visible]
Yeah, but look ...
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Alyssa manages to do what few actresses have accomplished--Played the sex pot and the innocent at the same time. We are given the impression that although she gets naked enough and has sex a lot, that somehow it is not really her fault, although most of the time she seems eager or curious--up to a point.
The photography also manages to also capture kinkyness, sleaze, and horror all at the same time.
It is the story of "O" for the hOrror set. Although technically not as skilled as Copolla's Dracula, it is a lot more sensual and scary.
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