The Gist: A detective with troubles in his home life takes a case to find a missing socialite and ends up neck deep in vampires.
Clarification: The first thing that you will recognize when watching this film is that the vampire season from "American Horror Story" seems to mirror a lot of things from this film. Though personally I preferred the story from this film over that series and not just because the vampires here have fangs (though they're the Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Klingon" style vampires). In this film the cops estranged wife is a vampire fiction writer similar to Stephanie Myer of "Twilight" fame who he eventually uses to learn more about vampires. She uses him as well but we'll get more into that later.
Selling Point: Jodi Lynn O'keef is pretty hot when not in vampire mode in this one. Which is way more than you can say for her almost turned but didn't time on The Vampire Diaries as Dr. Jo.
Female Vampire Factor: When the cop Hank does find the missing girl Layla (Jodi Lynn Okeef) he immediately learns that she's now a vampire and doesn't need anyone's help when she easily man handles a guy with fresh hands.
Weird Science who once looked like this.
Was turned into this.Vanessa Angel plays Hanks ex wife. She doesn't believe him about the vampires at first but when she finds out they're real she agrees to help him. It's then revealed at the films end that she was only helping him to get close to the vampires in hopes that they'd turn her which as you can see above they do.
So you've got a film with some really hot female vampires who aren't hot whatsoever when they fang out. I give it a Vampire Beauty Rating of 2 out of 5.