A lovelorn paramedic rescues a woman left for dead after a deadly assault. When she refuses to go to the hospital, he takes her in, nurses her back to health and soon falls in love with her...
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A lovelorn paramedic rescues a woman left for dead after a deadly assault. When she refuses to go to the hospital, he takes her in, nurses her back to health and soon falls in love with her. Before long the mysterious woman suffers withdrawal symptoms, leaving the paramedic to believe his newfound love is a drug addict. Coming home to find a blood-drained corpse on his floor, he learns she does indeed have an addiction problem but it's not to drugs... Written by
What's the matter with you? I mean, you've checked her in a day and you're already in love?
It's fuckin' crazy, you know, but there's some about her - some different.
Ahhhh... Did you fuck her yet?
I'll be happy for you when you fuck her. And I want... I want details and photos, if possible. Hey, I bet she likes something grab in the ass. Yeah? You alright?
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Tidy Up Your Mess
Written by Stuart Stone (as Stuart Eisenstein) (ASCAP), Jamie Almos (ASCAP)
Published by The Stone Movement (ASCAP), Raw Bliss Publishing (ASCAP)
Performed by Stuart Stone (as Stu Stone) and Noah Silver See more »
Intriguing independent horror film has some good moments.
A young paramedic by the name of Jack (Jason Mewes) suffered from his last relationship. He works night with his only middle-age perverter buddy (Richard Fitzpatrick). Jack meets a woman (Erica Cox) from a dumpster and helps her. Which this mysterious woman lost of a lot of blood. He cleans her up and falls in love with her. But this attractive woman isn't what she seems to be. She is actually a vampire. He decides to pick up lowlifes from the streets to feed her but soon enough... it gets out of hand.
Directed by Harvey Glazer (Kickin It Old Skool) made an interesting if not entirely successful black comedy/horror film. There's a few effective moments here and there. Mewes and Cox do well with their performances. The odd moments of dark humour doesn't always works but it later improves, when the story finally gets better. Although the conclusion could have been much stronger. Cox certainly looks great with her odd eye contacts, being topless half of the time and even with her face covered in blood. Worth a look, especially if you are a fan of Mewes. (*** ½/*****).
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