Bersin Pictures, Deerjen Films, Venture Forth,
JosÃ©phine de La Baume, Milo Ventimiglia, Roxane Mesquida, Anna Mouglalis, Michael Rapaport, Riley Keough, Ching Valdes-Aran, Juan Luis Acevedo, Jay Brannan, Jonathan Caouette, Tiarnie Coupland, Megumi Haggerty, Caitlin Keats, Haley Kotch, Victor Kubicek
Vampire Djuna (Josephine de La Baume) meets and is obsessed with Paolo (Milo Ventimiglia). She turns him, and they have a passionate affair. But when Djuna’s trouble-making sister arrives to live with them, she turns things upside with her unconventional way of doing things. This is a Gothic Vampire film which is less of a horror story, and much more of a trashy dime story romance novel come to life.
I felt this was a pretty worthless vampire story. I cannot really classify this as a horror film, as it really isn’t. With so much gratuitous sex that means nothing, and constant jumping back to the club with the loud pounding music for no real purpose other than to let us know that vampires party every night, and don’t do much else, this movie doesn’t really have a point. In one of the largest plot holes in history, we learn that vampires heal almost instantly which means the climax in the last 10 minutes of the film makes absolutely no sense at all. But with all the planning and budget going into the parties and sex, there wasn’t much left over to actually develop a plot of any kind. I really didn’t see any point in this film, and thought it was a waste of my time. I just didn’t see any point in it, and I can’t recommend it.
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