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Drink Slay Love (2017)

A cute 16 y.o. vampire suddenly drops unconscious after feeding. Waking up she discovers changes such as tolerance for sun light. Her parents send her to high school to help find "food" for an upcoming vampire feast.


Vanessa Parise


Eirene Donohue (screenplay by), Sarah Beth Durst (based on the novel by)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cierra Ramirez ... Pearl
Zack Peladeau ... Evan
Gregg Sulkin ... Jadrien
McKaley Miller ... Bethany
Angelique Rivera ... Antoinette
Tessie Santiago ... Mother
Ivan Hernandez ... Ivan
Sarah Desjardins ... Tara
Jasmine Sky Sarin ... Ashlyn
Michael Delleva ... Matt
John C. MacDonald ... Zeke
Barbara Wallace Barbara Wallace ... Minerva
Julia Benson ... Mrs. Karkadan
Lane Edwards ... Mr. Karkadan
Steve James Steve James ... Felix


Pearl is a typical sixteen-year-old vampire. Fond of blood, allergic to the sun, and generally pretty evil. But after a mysterious attack leaves her able to survive in the daylight, everything changes. Pearl's powerful family soon finds a way to take advantage of her new ability: they send Pearl to high school, to gather fresh young blood for an upcoming feast in honor of the Vampire King. The only problem? Pearl's starting to grow a conscience. How can she serve up her new friends -- especially the cute guy who makes her fangs ache -- to be slaughtered? Then again, she's definitely dead if she lets her family down. What's a sun-loving vamp to do? Written by Sepia Films

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16 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Beber, Matar e Amar See more »

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16:9 HD
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What happened to Brad?
26 May 2018 | by lovinglife-00623See all my reviews

Drink Slay Love is a Lifetime film adaptation of a YA romance book about vampires and sparkly unicorns. I know what you're thinking: can anything be better than this? No. The answer is no.

My best friend and I are both "mature" adults in our thirties and go out of our way to watch "so bad it's good" movies. Lifetime is a gold mine for a good cringe-fest, and Drink Slay Love was no exception. The acting in this is pretty awful on all accounts. The story is senseless and derivative. The special effects? Great for 1985! The rules of this universe are not well explained in the slightest. (For example: when a vampire bites a human, do they a) not notice and their bite heals immediately including the dripping blood? b) get sick? c) die in a bloodbath at prom? d) all of the above at random times when the movie deems it interesting? If you answered D, you are correct!)

As you can tell, this movie is a great time for those of us who enjoy laughing at a film rather than with it. I have two complaints: upon checking out the novel this movie is based on, it mentions that Pearl gets her powers via a sparkly unicorn. Um, where was this unicorn? Lifetime instead decides to rely on some blonde with a penchant for using white magic on birds to explain this change, which I assume has some connection to the book given the ending with this character.

The last complaint? My favorite character was Brad, the thirsty-for-lovin' nerdy convenience store clerk that the main character uses as her cattle to feed on. After no less than three feedings off of this poor innocent soul, a climax fight scene happens with no resolution, and Brad is never heard from or seen again in the movie. Excuse me? Did he die? Did he escape? Were his memories of the vampires wiped? Has he found his true calling of being the Master of the Universe? Brad was the best part of this movie. Brad carried this masterpiece of a flick with his awkward stuttering and gaunt features, and I literally found him to be the only sympathetic character of the film (well, Pearl's father's voice was epic, and blondie's bird was pretty dope, too). But...Brad. Brad, though. WHAT HAPPENED TO BRAD?

In the end, I rated this a 6/10 based on entertainment value alone. I would have given it at least an 8/10 if it had given Brad's character a resolution. If there was a sequel starring Brad, I would probably support it day one and it would stand the test of time with other movie classics of history. Until then, Brad was the best part of this movie, and his time was cut absurdly short. He was only in Drink Slay Love for a combined five or six minutes, but his legacy will live on in my heart forever.


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