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Written by Stuart Stone (as Stuart Eisenstein) (ASCAP), Jamie Almos (ASCAP)
Published by The Stone Movement (ASCAP), Raw Bliss Publishing (ASCAP)
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This could be quite fun to watch, if one is in the right mindset . . .
There are B- grade movies . . . and then there are way, way . . . way below B- grade movies. This is absolutely one of them.
Actually, this is one of those films that is so completely ridiculous and awful that it could become a true classic, sort of the "Plan 9 From Outer Space" of the modern vampire genre'.
I can't possibly imagine anyone connected with this project was actually serious while they were in production. They must have been having quite a party offset, having way too much fun while shooting this thing.
Erica Cox is fun to watch (what a perfect name), I have to admit.
In an attempt to put some sort of life into this creation, there is a bit of quasi porn woven into the "plot" (I use that word very sparingly here). This could be quite fun to watch, if one is in the right mindset.
Perhaps some recreational imbibement should be recommended before attempting to view this.
OK . . . considering its comedy value, I could actually offer (gasp) 5 stars for this one. But be warned, this is definitely not academy award material.
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