Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Jack Hill, Lourdes Colon, Lendon Lemelle, Robyn Jensen, Valerie Feuer
Director: Scott Madden
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Hot vampires, snakes & blood - What's not to love?
T-Bone | Chicago, IL | 04/30/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I saw this at the West Hollywood Film festival and laughed my a** off. I can't believe this dude digs up a skeleton and brings her back to life and she's hotter than hell! Check it out!"
lecudedag | NSW Australia | 07/13/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This film, shot on video is not all that bad, until near the end.
In this film vampires are divided into various clans with a queen the head of each one. Lourdes Colon plays (Santa Maria) one such queen (oddly though she's only credited as Lourdes). She's head of the 'snake' clan.
She's condemned by another queen to a type of living hell by being buried 'alive' (? she's undead)
Go to the present where Lendon LeMelle (as Jeremy Williams) lives a bit of a loner/loser life. He's at High School and avoids being beaten up by jocks.
He uncovers Santa Maria and nurses her back to 'life'. It got cool as she gets naked and makes love to the loser (hence the 2 of the 3 stars)... but soon goes weird.
All the jocks and their chicks are invited to Santa Maria's house for a party where she proceeds to kill them all. Each time she attacks the prostetics around her mouth get sillier and siller till her mouth is almost a snout. Remarkably, each time having ripped out someone's throat and being covered with blood she returns to the party pristine clean.
She bites one guy and then tells him that her poison has now entered his body and he's paralysed (foaming at the mouth), then she rips his throat out. Why? She's already over-powered plenty of others and ripped their thorats out. Why'd she have to inject poison into this one first?
What happened to her rival vampire queen from the begninning of the film?"
Vampy | CA | 05/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Being a woman in an "older woman/younger man" relationship, I applaud this sexy, campy portrayal of love in its slightly . . . different (?) kind of setting! It's got everything."