Sharon Hinnendael stars as Charlotte, a timid and sheltered teen who has just left an all-girls Catholic school for a new life at a co-ed university. But an ancient evil has followed her ...
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Sharon Hinnendael stars as Charlotte, a timid and sheltered teen who has just left an all-girls Catholic school for a new life at a co-ed university. But an ancient evil has followed her here, tormenting her with disturbing nightmares and tempting her with forbidden desires. It is a hunger that can only be satiated by sensual pleasures of the flesh...and a thirst for blood. It's a battle for her soul... and one she's losing. But Charlotte is a fighter. The chaos and torment threatens to unleash her own inner beast, and anyone even close to her may find themselves embracing their own horrific fate.Written by
Anchor Bay Entertainment
Victor Webster, who plays Stefan here with Charlotte played opposite Alyssa Milano on Charmed and also dated her for a short time. Milano played the main character in the original Embrace of the Vampire. See more »
When Charlotte comes into her dorm room after waking up outside from a bad dream, her roommate's room divider is placed oddly in front of her nightstand. Charlotte runs into the bathroom and when she comes out, the room divider has moved where it should logically be located, from the wall edge on the outside edge of the nightstand. See more »
There isn't anything special here. It's a bit of T&A inside a weak vampire story. Charlotte Hawthorn (Sharon Hinnendael) is a shy new girl in college with a dark mysterious past. She is on scholarship from fencing. Only she's having hellish visions and waking up in strange places.
Hinnendael is an OK actress, and not much is asked of her. Her character is shy, speaks softly, and shows off her body. She can walk and talk. But she's not doing Shakespeare here. Her roommate Nicole (Kaniehtiio Horn) has a bit more spark. And Victor Webster plays that hot intense teacher. Keegan Connor Tracy plays a witchy mysterious woman. The acting is OK. The story is simple. The big missing ingredient is a sense of style, and a menacing atmosphere. For a horror movie, that's a big deal. This is a better-than-most B-movie.
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