The Gist: A college theater major falls in love with a photography major she meets on campus. Little does she know her new girlfriend is really part of a vampire brood who wants her as their newest member.
Clarification: Loosely based off the 1996 made for TV film of the same name which starred Tori Spelling as a girl who falls in love with a guy who becomes obsessed over her to the point of becoming a threat, the only real similarity comes from the girl falling in love portion of the story. Well that and the fact that Tori Spelling is also in this one but this time playing the role of the mother.
Selling Point: It's a Lifetime movie so it's full of undertones and hidden lessons. Rolling Stone magazine even has a whole article about how "smart" the film is since it includes a lot of hot button issues within it's characters backstories. Also since it is a Lifetime movie expect the men of the film to be rapists but the main selling point of course is lesbianism.
Female Vampire Factor: The films main vampire is Pearl played by Emily Meade.
Leila George) ends up asking Pearl to turn her so that they can be together forever. Pearl obliges.
Embrace of the Vampire, the Sisterhood and a few others you will almost feel as if you're re watching those films with certain scenes. I give it a Vampire Beauty Rating of 3 out of 5. Not quite Vampire Lovers but definitely watchable.