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Becky Biggs ...
Monica
Kelly A. Young ...
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Jason Amerson ...
Christopher
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Nate Hill ...
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For Anton and Monica, a scheming pair of vampires, there's nothing better than the taste of young blood. Enter the main course-a youthful but sexually-frustrated couple looking for the right ingredient to "spice things up." Just as temperatures begin to climb, an unruly house guest shows up-threatening to spoil the meal. Will Anton and Monica be able to hold onto their prey? Or will their guests catch on that all is not what it seems? A seductive tale of evil versus naughty is served up in Have Me for Dinner that will leave you thirsty for more. Written by Becky Biggs

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Short | Comedy | Horror

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4 March 2008 (USA)  »

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An enjoyable horror comedy short
21 March 2009 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Suave vampire Anton (smoothly played by Jeremy Harrison) and his sultry spouse Monica (deliciously essayed with supremely sexy and wicked aplomb by Becky Biggs) plan to have attractive, but sexually frustrated young couple Christopher (an endearingly whiny performance by Jason Amerson) and Jill (a perfectly uptight turn by Kelly A. Young) over for dinner. But the bloodsuckers' bestial and deranged snarling subhuman pet Toby (a marvelously crazed portrayal by Dave R. Watkins) threatens to ruin everything with his rude and unruly behavior. Writer/director Watkins delivers a brisk and witty short horror comedy feature that offers a fine amusing line in twisted black humor, pokes inspired fun at the suburbanite obsession with always maintaining a pleasant and respectable appearance, and culminates in a neat surprise conclusion that's neither obvious nor expected. This film further benefits from the uniformly solid acting by an appealing and good-looking cast, with the pretty and alluring Biggs rating as the definite stand-out of the bunch. Melanie Mascioli's slick cinematography and Daniel Solammon's shuddery, syncopated score are both up to speed as well. A cute little tongue-in-cheek fright flick romp.


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