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Lust for Dracula (2004)

A young woman gets bitten by a female vampire and becomes one, while her sister tries to stop her from feeding on the populace of L.A.

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Tony Marsiglia (as Anthony Marsiglia)

Writer:

Tony Marsiglia (as Anthony Marsgilia)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Darian Caine ... Dracula
Erin Brown ... Mina Harker (as Misty Mundae)
Julian Wells Julian Wells ... Jonathan Harker
Andrea Davis Andrea Davis ... Sara
Shelly Jones Shelly Jones ... Abigal Van Helsing
Casey Jones Casey Jones ... Beth
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Storyline

Mina is a young woman wed to Hollywood pharmaceuticals mogul Jonathan Harker. Mina wants to start a family, but is shackled by her man/woman husband. Mina soon meets Countess Dracula who gets her a shot in the arm. Soon Mina's a vampire herself, until her sister, who's intent on stalking and killing Dracula, threatens Mina's newfound happiness for the same sex. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content, including graphic nudity, and language

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Trivia

It was over one hundred degrees in the attic where Erin Brown does her little bat bat monologue. See more »

Alternate Versions

Available in the USA in an R-rated version and an unrated director's cut. See more »

Connections

Spoofs The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) See more »

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Visually, the best Seduction Cinema movie ever made
16 June 2005 | by B-MovieDorkSee all my reviews

Plotwise, on the other hand, I will have to get back to you on that as soon as I figure it out for myself. I finally got around to watching this, and while I wasn't disappointed, I was left with one of those "What in the hell did I just sit through?" feelings. At first, when Misty Mundae rambles on to some baby crib about being trapped and alone, I thought she was just REALLY bad at acting her role, but then it's revealed that her character is just fruit-loopin' crazy. Darian Caine and Julian Wells play men (?!), although they have fairly large breasts and perfectly shaved "southern regions". Julian Wells even goes as far as to bang Misty from behind....interesting. The plot, like I said, is too choppy and confusing. But Tony Marsiglia is by far the best director Seduction Cinema has got working for them. His films are really twisted and very darkly erotic. The award for the best actress in this film is actually a tie between Andrea Davis (who is great at portraying b*tch characters) and Casey Jones (who physically fits the part of teenage goth-popper turned emotionally drained vampire to a tee). The sex scenes in the unrated version go on forever and a day, even more so than a lot of Seduction films. So if you're not used to the lesbian sex quota that must be met in every single one of their films, you're much better off with the R-rated version (not a drop of blood is cut out, its all sex). This is a welcome addition to my E.I./Alternative Cinema collection, and I am waiting patiently for Tony Marsiglia's new film, "Chantal", which looks to be pretty darn good as well.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$60,000 (estimated)
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