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Vampire Vixens (2003)

Unrated | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror | Video 20 May 2003
A female vampire teams up with a nerdy delivery boy to help her bring in female victims, while a suave business executive/vampire slayer plots to kill her.

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John Bacchus

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John Bacchus
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Complete credited cast:
Tina Krause ... Dracoola (as Mia Copia)
A.J. Khan ... Diane Shelton (as AJ Khan)
John Paul Fedele John Paul Fedele ... Wally Van Helsing (as John Fedele)
Darian Caine ... Dottie
Erin Brown ... Sherry (as Misty Mundae)
Elizabeth Hitchcock Elizabeth Hitchcock ... Sandy
John Bacchus John Bacchus ... Eugene Reinfield (as Zack Snygg)
Michael R. Thomas ... The Boss (as Michael Thomas)
Jonathan Doe Jonathan Doe ... Al Siegfried
Bob MacKay Bob MacKay ... Rick Roy (as Bob Mackay)
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A female vampire teams up with a nerdy delivery boy to help her bring in female victims, while a suave business executive/vampire slayer plots to kill her.

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

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Crappy lesbian vampires from Seduction Cinema
12 November 2007 | by The_VoidSee all my reviews

You can't expect great things from Seduction Cinema, and films like this are the reason why. I would say that I don't know why I bothered watching this; but the reason why is clearly Misty Mundae and the high probability of plenty of lesbian action. The film delivers on both of these points, but it's also unbelievably boring and the plot is one of the most stupid I've seen in a Seduction Cinema flick; and that's really saying something. It has something do with Dracula (in this case, a hot lesbian) and a descendant of Van Helsing (a disgusting dimwit). The plot also has something to do with a phonesex line, and plenty of lesbian sex finds its way in also. The women are hot, but the sex scenes aren't. The film is extremely amateurish all round, and it doesn't have charm which means it's more a piece of crap than an enjoyable piece of crap. Despite all its shortcomings, this is actually not the worst film I've seen by Seduction Cinema; Lust for Dracula was slightly more rubbish. Even so, I don't recommend this flick; if you want to see modern softcore lesbians, see Dr Jekyll and Mistress Hyde or Sin Sisters instead.


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20 May 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Jersey, USA

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Seduction Cinema See more »
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Color

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1.37 : 1
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