Monday, February 19, 2018

Vampiress Review: "Pretty Little Victim"

The Gist: A man who stops by a diner for some pie falls in love with a woman who randomly walks in just to find out she's a vampire.

Clarification:  So guy gets some pie, makes eye contact with a girl who looks like she's on some heavy drugs who starts heaving in pain and runs to the bathroom.  He follows her to the bathroom just to see her writhing in pain and that she has fangs.  Screw that though because he wants to get laid. Thus starts a great relationship between a man and a woman who is bleeding him dry.

Female Vampire Factor:  The female character of the film April is indeed a vampire
There is no question in the film that she's a vampire because her fangs do not retract.  That means they are out the entire film.  While no it is not a realistic scenario in a film (as most men would see a women who looks like this, think she's on some type of drug and run the opposite direction) it does make for a very interesting vampire film
I give it a Vampire Beauty Rating of 5 out of 5.  April the vampire is a lovable character up until you remember that she's a vampire.  A lesson the protagonist learns the hard way.
Pretty Little Victim from Paul Rufus Jones on Vimeo.

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