The U.S. government created a virus to exterminate all vampires. The virus annihilated most of the vampires, but as with any virus, a small percentage of victims survived, some few relatively unaffected, others affected to various degrees ranging from mental enfeeblement to chronic pain and lethargy. Many more victims barely survived, only to live out their days as powerless "blood junkies," who feed on stray cats and dogs and the occasional homeless person. To the government, eager to trumpet the success of their virus, the remaining blood junkies are little more than an annoying rat problem. The general public has not reported a sighting of an unaffected supernatural in four years. Four years, whether you live for seventy years or seven hundred years, is a long time to lay low. At the instigation of their "queen" the three vampire vixens kidnap the daughter of a wealthy auto executive and turn her into a blood junkie. She is then used as bait to lure the two slayers assigned to ... Written by
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Each of the three vampire girls became pregnant within a year after the movie was finished. See more