OK, Debbie Rochon made some real cheapies on the road to the title of Scream Queen. This was definitely low budget. Absolutely nothing was spent for extras. Hey, can't you get free ones? I would be happy to sit at the bar next to Debbie.
She was just in for a quick drink, but Maria Ortiz had other things in mind and wouldn't leave her alone.
The movie then jumps to Jenny Wallace and her adventures.
When Natasha Zlobina said she could show me a world of ecstasy and rubbed Jenny Wallace's head into her breasts, I was ready to come along, too. Vampire Zlobina makes Wallace her bride, and we get to see the two of them in one of the most uninspiring romps on the bed I have ever seen. Zlobina actually looked as if she was bored! How anyone could be bored with Wallace's body, which we had previously seen in all it's glory with her boyfriend, is beyond me.
The main problem with the film is transitioning. Things go from one scene to another without any apparent purpose. This wasn't director Donald Farmer's first film, but it had the feel of a cheap porno flick with the amateur way it just jumped from scene to scene. And, what was with all that time wasted in the theater watching another movie? Well, Wallace and Zlobina just disappear and we are back with Ortiz and Rochon. Did the story work? You'll have to watch and see.
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