Thursday, October 22, 2015

Vampiress Review: "Vampire Femmes"

The Gist: Three beautiful vampires take in a woman who's running away from her abusive husband.

Clarification:  Well the gist is the only storyline that's actually "watchable".  This is one of those low budget films where it seems like it was completely written on the fly with the film makers throughout filming going "you know what else we could do"?  Fact is this movie is TERRIBLE.  The budget consisted of cheap lingerie, cheap fangs, a smoke machine,  a cap gun, a camcorder, Halloween decorations and light filters which tint the few scenes you can actually see in odd colors.  The acting is laughably bad which isn't helped by the nonsensical logic free story structure.  Basically if this film was made today it would be done by teenagers on Youtube.

Selling Point: Just when you think you've had enough the character Jezabel (who spends most of the film half naked anyway) strips totally nude and has a sex scene.

Female Vampire Factor:  There's four total which adds up to every female in the cast.  First you have the three main vampires Medea (Roxanne Coyne), Jezebel (Heather Branch) and Persephone (Popi Ardisson).
 Finally you have the cops estranged wife they take in who gets turned by the end of the film Mary (Michelle Bousquet).
So I'm going to go ahead and state the obvious in that the film "Vampz: Sistaz in Blood" basically ripped this film off from beginning to end.  The thing is, that film is miles better in presentation to this one which isn't very watchable at all. I gave Vampz a 5 out of 5 and I'm giving this one a Vampire Beauty Rating of 2 out of 5.  This is pretty much the bottom of the barrel when it comes to these types of cookie cutter low budget "three female vampires vs men" films.

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