Sunday, May 1, 2016

Vampiress Review: "Teeth and Blood"

The Gist: When an actress ends up dead on a movie set a pair of cops are sent to go undercover to the film in hopes of ID'ing the killer.

Clarification: So what it comes down to is that this is a vampire film so her death wasn't your standard murder.  In fact her death becomes more of a side story being that she immediately turns and the rest of the film deals with her biting and turning everyone else on the movie set who isn't already a vampire.

Selling Point:  A movie that is almost 100% hot women with fangs.  What else?

Female Vampire Factor:  The actress who is murdered/turned "Elizabeth Thornrich" is played by Steffinnie Phrommany
 As you can see a great deal of the film is her attacking people resulting in them turning creating a bit of a sexy vampire army.
(SPOILER ALERT) Despite it being revealed very early in the film that the director of the film is a vampire it ends up being the shy mousy unassuming script supervisor played by former American Idol contestant Danielle Vega.
Who ends up not only being a vampire but being the main one who started all the trouble.
And who on top of that was not shy and mousy but in fact was a sexy vixen just playing herself down so she wouldn't be noticed.
Also to answer the million dollar question.  Yes the hot female lead (played by Michelle Van Der Water)does get turned in the film (though no fangs are ever shown on her).
The film throws you off several times at the start making you believe it's going to be worse than it is (whatever film they're making was going to be pretty bad but it's not revealed right away that you're watching a film within a film) but once the real film gets started you have plenty of eye candy.  In fact probably the best use of it you'll find in the urban vampire horror genre.  Vampire Beauty Rating of 5 out of 5

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