Sunday, July 4, 2021

Vampiress Review: "Chinese Speaking Vampires"

The Gist: An actor who has to learn mandarin for a role in a movie ends up taking a night class which is a cover for a Chinese vampire who is turning his students to create an un-dead army. 

Female Vampire Factor: There are two main female characters in the film and both are eventually turned very early in the film.  The first student to be turned in the entire film is Reika (June Lee)

She initially struggles with learning the language and the vampire teacher Master Ya asks her to stay after class.  He then explains to her that he has a way to teach her Manderin instantly before biting her. 

After being turned Reika seeks out her best friend Susie (Daniela Brown).

When she finds her she coerces her back into the school building before cornering her to bite and turn her. 

Suzie is the woman who the main protagonist in the film Tony is obsessed with trying to date.  Once she's turned she uses the opportunity to appear in his bedroom knowing he won't resist inviting her in. 

Obviously due to his obsession with her she has no problem being able to bite him and turn him.

 By mid movie the master has a classroom full of vampires


Final Opinion: This film is very corny but is actually pretty entertaining. The overall story is a good vampire vs evil vampire one where the main characters after being turned seem to be the only ones with free will enough to not go with the masters plan to take over Los Angeles and end up fighting against him.  Occasionally they fall back under his control but the paired up couples attraction to each other magically frees them from his control in those situations.  I give it a Vampire Beauty Rating of 4 out of 5.  After the initial turnings it becomes a full on martial arts film so the vampirism becomes secondary but it's still a functional film none the less.


  1. Aren’t there two other girls as well?

    1. There are other girls in the class who are turned but they get next to no screen time.