A romantic horror comedy about a Latina Vampire and the 18 year-old boy that raises her from the near-dead. Forever changed are the lives of Jeremy Williams, his family & his high school acquaintances.
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Young Jeremy's life is a daily slog through teenage hell -- his only shields are his iPod and his sour attitude. He doesn't even know that change is possible, let alone that it is coming... that it is inevitable, that it is... his fate. He's about to stumble into an ancient feud between two warring vampyre clans... Santa Maria, the forgotten Queen of the Clan of the Snake has been imprisoned and left for dead in a shallow grave in the desert of Hell. It has taken centuries, but She has finally mustered enough strength to plead loud enough for the right ear to hear... And as Jeremy's love resurrects Santa Maria's corpse from from the wasteland of death, Santa Maria's love for Jeremy raises him from the numbing death of his teenage life. But when Santa Maria needs to move up the food chain to keep her returning strength growing, Jeremy's love is tested... did he really fall in love with a ferocious, predatory monster? Did she ever love him? Is he next on her banquet table? Can love ever... Written by
It was a pleasure working on this film however I lost my respect when I received absolutely no credit for being the Art director. Not even Art Department. Thanks Guys. Creative idea, great concept. Might have been better if the camp was toned down a little bit. The death scenes were fun could have used some different ideas after awhile it became repetitive. The change in settings was nice, my favorites was how the castle and first scene turned out. Despite my situation with the Director and Producer I do wish them the best and hope to see this concept evolve. The actors did a fantastic job with what was given and are truly talented excited to see how their careers grow.
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