A timid salesman tracks down a beautiful female vampire and finds himself faced with a curious crisis of conscience in this semi-romantic tale of immortal bloodlust starring Sean Patrick Flannery, Michael Beihn, and Charlotte Ayanna. Harry Balbo (Flannery) has just witnessed a brutal murder, yet no one he talks to will believe his gruesome tale of death and dismemberment. Desperate to prove himself right, Harry soon sets out to capture the bloodthirsty seductress and strike down the skeptics. But the beauty of Harry's target holds a strange power over the wannabe vampire slayer, and instead of killing the creature he locks her up in his basement for further research. What Harry doesn't seem to realize is that in order to survive a vampire needs blood, and since she's unable to attain it herself it's now up to her captor to ensure that she is well fed. Realizing the value of his find but unable to simply kill her, Harry must now decide whether to go out hunting humans, or simply stand by and watch the alluring creature dies of starvation. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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First .. this is not really a horror flick. Its a vampire movie that doesn't take itself too seriously. Its actually funny at times and never has too much gore. Seriously .. its not bad. Not great, no-name actors but a solid effort and worth a rental when there aren't more high-profile choices available. Check it out .. sometime.
I was expecting this to be B-Movie cheese, but this turned out to be a really good movie. Well, except for the rushed ending. It took it's time to set up the story and the plot. It was actually 45 minutes in before our protagonist actually captures the co-star of the film, the anti-evil vampire, Tatiana. That's good, because it really fleshes out the plot, characters and the story. Like, we get to see Harry try to call the police and reach out for help several times before having to capture Tatiana himself as a very last resort. In most movies, the director or writer won't care enough to explain any of that. I wish we could've gotten to see how Tatiana was turned, but it's okay. All in all, this isn't a horror movie, but it is a good story, and everything was enjoyable to watch, up until the rushed, "we didn't have enough time to properly flesh out the ending" ending.