The on going Vampire saga that started with Vampires: Brighter in Darkness, Vampires: Lucas Rising tells the tale of the immortals Lucas Delmore and Toby Brighter and their fight to defend their Love and Mankind.
Jasin and his vampire brood's time is running out. In order for them to survive, Jasin needs to find a mortal to turn into a vampire to spend eternity with. Los Angeles provides plenty of ... See full summary »
The Lair is a private gay club run by vampires, who use the club as a source for attractive young men to feed from. Thom, a local journalist in the small island town begins digging into the... See full summary »
Jasin and Caleb's eternal bliss is put to the test when Jasin's century old rival Demetrius returns to get his revenge. Demetrius plots to destroy Jasin by creating an army of vampires by ... See full summary »
A new take on Vampires. Brighter in Darkness opens a door in its season One of Eight episodes to the supernatural Dark World of Vampires! BRIGHTER IN DARKNESS tells the tale of Toby Brighter, a young gay guy who after a disastrous relationship, is set up on a blind date by his sister Charlotte. Lucas Delmore, (Toby's Date) turns our to be everything Toby could ever wish for except for one thing, Lucas is a 1500 year old Vampire. Toby is immediately plunged into the dark world of the Vampyre, Demons and Supernatural. Exciting, Scary and Sexy! Written by
After watching many of last year's gay vampire themed movies, I found this to be the best of the lot. Not that it's very good, or even good, but incomparable better than flops like 'The Vampire Boys' (1&2) or 'Kissing Darkness'. However poor the special effects, they could be find in modest sitcoms, and are ages afar the cited rival films. The main problem I found is the acting. Apart from Lucas (Rhys Howells) the main vampire, the cast can hardly deliver their lines, what is made more difficult because of the exaggerate fangs they wear. At least, most of the main cast of vampires is very cute, what may make you dismiss how bad they act. In a general evaluation, I find the movie passable for fans of the genre, that will have two hours of entertainment in a flick that had a necessary continuation in Vampires: Lucas Rising.
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