The Gist: When a vampires victim escapes it's up to her and her caretakers to find the woman and destroy her before she turns into a feral monster.
Clarification: So this is one of those films that has multiple stories that eventually come together. Unlike most independent movies who try that method it actually does happen here. Most of the film follows the girl who was bitten by the vampire. As it's explained in this film vampires can only be born. The victims of the vampires in actuality become feral half breeds who have no control over themselves and can only feed on like blood types. In this case she is being "helped" by a horny moron named Jimmy who has a crush on her so he goes around stabbing people and testing their blood trying to find the right type to feed her. Obviously this is problematic for many reasons but the main being that the one thing she needs to survive is being wasted since he's STABBING the victims. On top of that she doesn't actually need him being that she's basically becoming a monster with blood hunting skills which comes out throughout the film.
Selling Point: It has Mystery Science Theater 3000 film legend and Charlie Sheen's uncle Joe Estevez in it. Can't go wrong right?
Female Vampire Factor: So you have two (or 1.5 if you go by their explanation) and both are female. First you have the main vampire Catherine (April Jennings)
Finally you have Rachel (Brittany Saylor)
So you get an almost vampire horror movie that gets cut off regularly by sappy romance and dramatic subplots. I give the film a Vampire Beauty Rating of 3 out of 5.