I'm not sure who, but someone involved in this production-o-crap' needs to give me my 3 bucks back, and now that I think of it, I also want to be reimbursed for the beer I threw against the wall at the end of this ............this......thing. I'm not blaming it on the actors, they seem to realize this is really, really going to be a crappy 90 minutes they spend in front of you. I'm almost positive the captain (Starship Troopers, "Rico") tries to warn us by emphasizing his consonants in such a manner, that if you can play your DVD backwards it says something like :
"Save - yourself - from - this - crap! - Pour - bleach - into - your - eyes!"
Apparently, there is a whole planet of vampires in the future, but us earthlings despite having mastered intergalactic travel still rely on MP-5s and 9mm firearms as our main source of protection. In space. With DEBO. Really, that isn't a joke, DEBO from the movie "Friday" is in space, and he has to fight vampires.
There is a robot/android that passes as human on the crew also, and that info could not be more worthless or irrelevant to the plot. It does nothing but try to make this seem "futuristic", and take up time you could have spent google searching girls gone wild.
The ending is.......nowhere to be found. I really think the writer said to himself "man, this sucks, I need to stop before I defy the laws of the universe by making a script so bad it actually implodes the space time continuim". The credits role, everyone dies and DEBO implies that he will be making sweet DEBO love to the android who apparently used to be a sex-bot before he blows the ship up, thereby killing Dracula, who by the way, isn't really Dracula, just an alien in a salvation army priced disco suit.
Skip it folks, it ain't campy, it ain't so bad it's good, it's just bad. If you have seen it already, my sympathies. Feel free to join me in my quest for a refund.
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