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Marty Jenkins and the Vampire Bitches (2006)

Unrated | | Comedy, Horror | 31 March 2006 (USA)
After getting dumped by his girlfriend, Marty runs into a group of vampire women who have come to town to feed. Now he has to stop them and save his friends.



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Credited cast:
Shawn A. Green ...
Marty Jenkins
Michelle McLaughlin ...
Plexi Starr ...
Henrique Couto ...
Tyler McDonald
Katie Pendleton ...
River Watson ...
Nic Pesante ...
Deacon Sloan
Lisa Clarke ...
Bob Hinton ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stuart Balls ...
Amy Lynn Best ...
Natalie Cardona ...
Debbie Jenkins
Gwendolyn ...
James Jackson ...
Kitty Juggler ...
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After getting dumped by his girlfriend, Marty runs into a group of vampire women who have come to town to feed. Now he has to stop them and save his friends.

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Love is something you STAKE your life on.


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12 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

I had a hard time voting on this movie for a few reasons. If I were to put it up against all movies and rated it that way, well it isn't the greatest movie ever made or anything close to that. But it still is a very enjoyable little romp, so I gave it a 6. If I were to rate this against very small budgeted indy films, it would get a higher rating. I have seen a TON of super low budget indy flicks and most I feel as though I just wasted $10 and some of my time as well as drained me emotionally leaving me a loser in all of those categories. But this one is pretty smart and entertaining. Marty Jenkins is a "lovable" character that you actually root for. The comedy is actually funny, the scenes are well done and there is a decent plot to push it through the gates as a winner. The girls are attractive (even the one that is a bit chubbier than some people's tastes is still a very cute girl) so it doesn't disappoint in that department. And everyone plays their roles very well. Do yourself a favor and even if you aren't into no budget flicks, pick this one up for a view. Let it get started and soon you will find yourself rooting for the poor guy (Marty). Maybe you'll rush out for a sweater vest? Nah. But you'll probably have a good time watching it.

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