The Gist: A group of three aliens land on earth in order to steal the life force of sexually aroused men.
Clarification: So this is the true definition of false advertising as there are no vampires in this film. The aliens in this film use a contraption that goes on men's heads after they're aroused that seems to melt them into shriveled husks. The bulk of the movie is quirky style comedy, especially scenes that deal with the head detective involved with finding out what's going on with the aliens victims. This is a positive as most "B" films from this era go with the goofy slapstick stuff. Unlike those films that feel like they're trying too hard this one will make you laugh. Well it will if you can last passed the awful alien parts.
Selling Point: It has full frontal nudity during a time where that was considered a big deal outside of porn. Also as mentioned it does have some legit funny moments.
Female Vampire Factor: So this movie goes by your B grade movie rule of threes
J.J. North, far right) and a brunette named "Omay" (former penthouse pet Leslie Glass, center) are pretty straight forward characters with not much substance to them. They're hot and all business. Then you have "Shirly" (Theresa Lynn, far left).
The twist of the film is the character "Shampay" (Michelle Bauer) who ends up being one of the aliens as well though you never see her interact with the other aliens of the film till after the reveal. She spends the bulk of the film seducing the lead detective on the case as a distraction from finding out about the other girls. If you want to see her as an actual vampire check out my reviews of the films "Beverly Hills Vamps" and "Morgana".