It's hard to tell what this alleged movie was about. Since it has the word vampire in the title, and since some of the actresses are wearing fake fangs, I guess it was about vampires. First, there's almost no dialogue in this film, although with the talent pool used, that may be a good thing. Second, there is so little action that it is virtually impossible to determine the story. Third, the girls aren't pretty enough to make for good T&A. What we have with this effort is a series of soft core lesbian scenes, sans dialogue, interspersed with scenes of bungling cops trying to solve a series of vampire murders (which are not shown) and of a woman moving into her new home befriending the vampire. There is some unexplained subplot about the vampires being from outer space, but the only thing we see of the spacecraft is a cute redhead doing an erotic slow dance/striptease for a "human" male. This is actually pretty fair, but there are many Playboy and Penthouse titles around that will show the same thing, without the annoying pretext of being an honest-to-God motion picture. Probably the worst thing about this film is that it was actually followed by a sequel.
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