Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Lorenzo Lamas, Leah Cairns, Siri Baruc, Fiona Scott, Sonya Salomaa
Director: Ron Oliver
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Campy, silly, but fun.
SereneNight | California, USA | 05/26/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Blood Angels is the story of a small town girl who has come to stay in the city with her big sister. Little realizing that the sister and the rest of the club staff are actually demi-vampires.
Judging by the cover of this film, I expected it to be cheesecake. Parts were. But I was pleased to see there were actually a few hot guys in this too.
Parts of this film were actually kind of funny like the Japanese kid who wanted to be a hipster, and the comments made by the master vampire. I particularly thought the ending was pretty funny.
This is a B-rated campy, silly vampire film with a few good scenes. Rated R for nudity and violence."
lecudedag | NSW Australia | 04/04/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Blood Angels (aka Thralls) is a clone of a number of other bikini-clad vampire films - with a story-line very much like Embrace the Darkness II/Morgana/Blonde Heaven about a girl who goes to the big city to look for her sister who happens to be a vampire - or to be exact a "Thrall", in this film thralls are blood-suckers too, but with not quite the same powers as vampires.
They escape from their vampire master, set up a bar to host parties, and feed from muscled studs. There's only two 'sex' scenes with the most minimal amount of skin shown... except one case where there's very likely a body-double used.
Can the 'thralls' evade their vampire master for long? Will the hick country sister save her 'evil' sister? Why is it that she can blurt out to a complete stranger that her sister's a vampire, and he believes her instead of seeking medical help for her?
There are a very few interesting special effects, such as a vampire girl sticking her tongue about 15cms into the air (whether it's to 'taste' the air like a snake, or not, who knows, as she's not poking it out at anyone)."
I should've known better
H. N. Dohe | My Sanctum Sanctorium | 04/11/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I am a collector of vampire movies, but I try to stay away from the cheapie home-made Grade ZZZ vampire movies. But every now and then I get suckered. Like on Dracula 3000 and now on this one. The one reviewer does a good job on explaining the "plot", threadbare as it is. The production values are very VERY low. The whole story pretty much takes place in the nightclub run by vampires. Dull. I gave it two stars because the actors (except for Fernando Lamas) really give it a good try working with what they've got. Skip it, unless you absolutely MUST have every vampire or Fernando Lamas movie available."