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Erotic Vampires of Beverly Hills
2015, regia di Dean McKendrick
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Retromedia Entertainment - Distribuzione: Bayview Entertainment - Fotografia: Andrew Gibson - Montaggio: Dean McKendrick - Musiche: Anthony Francis - Formato: Color - Durata: 81'.
Cast: Daniel Hunter, Sarah Hunter, Jacqui Holland, Cassandra Cruz, Brandon Ruckdashel, Adriana Chechik, Jazy Berlin, Jonathan Nation.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - unobtainium13.com - tvlistings.zap2it.com - hamiltonbook.com - fye.com - film-cinema.it - criric.it - taliesinttlg.blogspot.it: «...I’d say pretty much this is a softcore film that follows a general porn line of having gossamer thin story segments that segue into a rude section but in the case of this film, it’s strictly a ‘no genitalia on show’ affair and, unfortunately, about as erotic as a brick, to boot. So, after opening credits showing a cgi graveyard we are in Castle Dracula. Vlad Dracula ( Daniel Hunter) enters in with a villager, Maria (Cassandra Cruz), and in dialogue that is as painfully delivered as it is ineptly written, gets her a drink. She is about to leave and so he mojos her and suddenly we are in the first of a series of sex scenes. At the end he bites her. In comes Vlad’s number 1 gal, or should that be ghoul. Morticia (Adriana Chechik) is somewhat upset about his action – after all they spend a fortune on synthetic blood and his attacking live prey is likely to have the villagers up in arms. As if on cue a vampire hunter appears, in the form of Alexa (Sarah Hunter). Vlad and Morticia hide around a corner and Alexa destroys the now turning Maria with a sprinkle of holy water. Vlad and Morticia have no other choice, they feel, but to go to their summer house in Beverly Hills. Bob (Brandon Ruckdashel) is a lawyer and his wife Jane (Jacqui Holland, Teeth and Blood & Brides of Sodom) does charity work for the Society to Help the Itinerant Transients (S.H.I.T.). Bob’s colleague Stacy (Jazy Berlin) is involved in the charity but also wants to bed Bob. That evening Jane sees folks (Vlad and Morticia) move into the house next door at night, without suitcases, and believes this to be odd. During the day, Jane and Stacy go over to say hello – but, of course, no one answers. Jane has a snoop around and then goes over in the evening and introduces herself. Having seen that Morticia and Vlad cast no reflection in her compact she makes her excuses and leaves – goes to a bar, gets drunk, meets Alexa (who carries her crossbow in the club, as you do) and then fails to convince Bob that her belief in vampires is not a drunken hallucination. ...».