Nosferatu died penniless, so his SON (who was never given a real name) is homeless and reduced to selling The Hot Issue on street corners and, as a consequence, has lost his mojo... Melanie is looking for a good cause and when SON tells her that he is the last Vampyre on Earth, she thinks that by helping an endangered species she will get back into the Fairy Ring. So SON and Melanie set out to find a way to ensure that he is not the last ever Vampyre... Written by
Just when you thought that you'd had enough of the whole vampire shtick, this refreshingly inventive little short comes along.
Running at a brisk twenty minutes, you're left only wanting more from this London-based fable of the vampire SON -- a down-and-out bloodsucker who has lost his powers and has ended up selling homeless magazines on the street. Luckily, he is rescued by a bodacious fairy intent on helping him get his mojo back, with unpredictably hilarious consequences.
The leads, Tim Dry and Sophie Sumner, shine in their roles (with help from Edmund Kingsley and Rula Lenska) and writer-director David Rose helms the flick with imaginative flair.
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