The Gist: After a girl he accidentally turns leaves a bloody trail of victims while posing as a prostitute a vampire must take her under his wing and prevent the vampire Count and Dr. Van Helsing from destroying her.
Clarification: This film has had several name changes over the past 10+ years including "Hollywood Vamps" and "Revenent". The stars of the film Casper Van Dien and Natasha Gregson Wagner have appeared in SEVERAL vampire films to the point that they're kind of known for it (Natasha specifically having also appeared in Vampires: Los Muertos and the Buffy the Vampire Slayer film). The film itself is a comedy which doesn't take itself seriously at all. Dr. Van Helsing for example takes out an ad in the newspaper for assistants and ends up hiring members of the L.A. street gang "the crips" who are pretty effective till the first time they're met with a female vamp in which they end up getting turned via sexual transmission.
Selling Point: Entertaining film with lots of fang flashing and awkward but still enjoyable vampire lesbianism.
Female Vampire Factor: The main vamp of the film is Nico (Natasha Gregson Wagner), a young girl turned into a vampire and feeding herself by posing as a prostitute and going after any guy that gives her the time of day.
Natalya Andreychenko) along with her husband Richard (Craig Ferguson)
The film does highlight quite often the fact that the females in the film are bi-sexual. The strangest being the relationship between Nico and Panthia. Panthia was turned while she was pregnant so apparently she just stays pregnant for all eternity. When she's first introduced to Nico she treats her like a daughter but a few scenes later they're having a makeout session even though Nico refers to her as "Aunt Panthia".
I personally have very few complaints about the film and highly recommend it. I give it a Vampire Beauty Rating of 5 out of 5.