Making vampire and terror movies became a trend in the gay film industry, but for the most part they are so poor that hardly deserve a review. It's a fact that appreciators of the genre don't expect much: a lot of bare chests, some eye candy, actors that barely deliver their lines, some violence, but not too graphic. Well, this film has it all. The plot is very simple: it's running out time for Jasin (Jason Lockhart) to find a new candidate of vampire to perpetuate the brood. He has as woman willing to get there, but fells attracted to a nice candy boy Caleb (Christian Ferrer) who maybe The One, as long as Jasin convinces him of the marvelous living eternally youth. The actors aren't that bad as the ones chosen for the sequel, but don't expect too much. They poorly deliver their lines, nearly reading them. I found most sympathy for Caleb, the gentle and campy candidate, who touched me in a pleasant way. As for the rest, it's poor bore. They can't convince you for one second of their intentions, fears and desires. But wait! Behold yourselves that the film has a sequel that is even worse than the first film, with a different cast. How could they do it, while just enduring the 70 or so minutes of this trash is so hard. Just for enthusiasts.