A coven of vampires operates out of a modeling/escort agency known as Blonde Heaven. Angie came from Oklahoma to find her way into the movie business, but is followed by her boyfriend Kyle.... See full summary »
A coven of vampires operates out of a modeling/escort agency known as Blonde Heaven. Angie came from Oklahoma to find her way into the movie business, but is followed by her boyfriend Kyle. Head vamp Illyana takes a liking to Angie and convinces her to do escort work for the agency, but has other recruiting plans for her as well. While the vampires do their sleazy work around LA (and Angie gets in over her head), Kyle and a vampire hunter team up to try and stop the fiends. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I thought this would be a good movie, but it ended up sucking at the end (literally!) Julie Strain has sex with a guy through the opening credits....it was quite entertaining watching them go through so many positions in so little time. The plot is wafer thin and full of old, tired concepts. The country hick girl comes to L.A. to be an actress (don't they all?). Unfortunately, her boyfriend tags along unknowingly (that's until he finds her and they have sex, go fig). "Blonde Heaven" is the code name for an escort service that's really a coven of bloodsucking vampires. (See "TFTC: Bordello of Blood") Julie Strain is the head vamp/madam, and hires the country girl to be one of her "girls". If you notice, whenever you see someone in "Blonde Heaven" they're wearing black clothes and black shades...I guess they do that in order to recognize them as the "bad guys". The ending is also pretty generic as well....I won't ruin it for the 5 of you that want to wait for the ending. The acting is bad, the sex scenes are horrible, and the music is downright awful....but then again, Julie Strain is in it. Julie's presence in this flick (along with my all-time fave B-movie actress Monique Parent), and Julie's sex scene in the opening credits keep this movie from receiving an F, but just barely. I give it a D+; see it at your own risk.
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