The UFO-Demon, Rabaalhazor, has sent the vampire, Natalia to destroy the Earth. Each time she takes a victim a natural disaster rocks the planet. Humanity's only hope is the sexy sorority ... See full summary »
The UFO-Demon, Rabaalhazor, has sent the vampire, Natalia to destroy the Earth. Each time she takes a victim a natural disaster rocks the planet. Humanity's only hope is the sexy sorority pledge, Buffy, and the members of her sisterhood. She must not only save the world but she also must save herself from the perverted desires of both Rabaalhazor and Natalia. Written by
Raymond Honeycutt <email@example.com>
I got this movie as part of a 10 movie, $15 set called "Curse of the Dead". A company puts out these 10 and 20 packs of horror movies on DVD, and as a sucker for cheesy horror movies, I keep buying them. Most are actually Italian ones from the 70s (and some are okay), but there is an assortment of other movies. Like this.
It starts off with an attractive topless asian woman dancing for about 10 minutes, while the credits roll. From there, it gets much worse, and much less coherent.
Basically, there's this skanky vampire lady, and she turns all these other people, who don't really appear to be college students or even in their 20s (mid 30s, looks like) into some sort of zombie creatures. Then the zombie creatures attack the remaining few non-zombies. But there's no special effects or makeup or blood. It's almost like a LARP. Only dorkier.
When I was a kid, I made Godzilla movies using a toy godzilla, army men, and fireworks. That had higher production values and video quality than this movie. And better acting. (Less nudity, though).
I mean, it's really awful. It's not even amateurish.
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