In Los Angeles, Detective Hank Holten is obsessed by his ex-wife, the writer of vampire novels Susan Hastings, stalking her and having drinking problems. His chief and friend, Captain John Billings, makes him promise to forget her and stop drinking, and assigns Hank to find Layla Simmons, who is missing and without notice to her family. Hank goes to a rave party, finds Layla, they go to an orgy party in an old building, and while having sex with her, Hank finds that the place is a vampire nest. He is bitten by the vampire-leader, but nobody believes on him. He looks for Susan to help him. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This film is bad, bad, bad. It is so absolutely moronic it is an insult to the viewer. If you need to know how bad an actress Vanessa Angel is in this film she makes Kevin Dillon look good! Thats how bad she is. She says her lines if someone is holding a big board with all the words behind the camera, in big letters. OK maybe she knew how bad this film is but she could have least looked like shes trying. Lance Henrikson at least tries to add some quality to the film although it doesn't deserve it. I have seen only about three Kevin Dillon films in my life Platoon, Catholic Boys and No Escape. This is the first film I have seen him in about ten years if this is the sort of rubbish he is making I hope its another ten years. They even have the nerve to steal a line from Total Recall in this movie, a very famous line! If you want to see a decent Vampire film put The Lost Boys in your DVD player instead. Avoid this the lame effort.
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