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Netherlands released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), Dutch ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Erica Cox stars in 'Bitten,' a black comedy that has Jason Mewes playing a paramedic who saves a woman named Danika (Cox) from an alley. Danika has suffered a deadly attack but refuses to go to a hospital. So the paramedic takes her in and cares for her till she recovers. Expectedly he falls in love with her but soon discovers that his lady love is actually a vampire. He initially thinks she is a drug addict when she shows withdrawal symptoms and then find a blood-drained dead body on his floor. He soon realizes she does have an addiction, but not to drugs, as he had believed. ...Bitten ( Lady Is a Vamp )

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
bloodsucking girlfriend . . . 17 Aug. 2010
By trebe - Published on
Format: DVD
In Bitten (2008), Jack (Jason Mewes) is a paramedic who finds an injured girl (Erica Cox) covered with blood in a trash dumpster, and takes her to his apartment for medical treatment. The girl named Danika has lost her memory. When Danika turns out to be a vampire in need of fresh blood, and sinks her fangs into Jack's ex- girlfriend Sherry (Jordan Madley), Jack is soon into something very deep and twisted. Tidying up the mess, Jack tries to find a way to satisfy his new girlfriend's needs, that doesn't involve homicide, but alas only blood from a live human will do. At work, Jack's partner Roger (Robert Fitzpatrick) notices changes in his friend, and becomes concerned when his behavior becomes more and more erratic. With bodies rising from the dead, and corpses pilling up in his apartment, Jack has doubts about the long term viability of this strange relationship.

Often scantily dressed, Eric Cox makes a sexy vampire, as Danika spends most of her time in Jack's darkened apartment. Jason Mewes gives a good performance as the conflicted and gullible Jack. Robert Fitzpatrick steals most of the scenes he is in, with plenty of crude toilet humor, and cynical, cocksure advice.

Bitten isn't particularly creative or scary, but spices things up with sex and black comedy, making entertaining viewing for fans of the popular vampire genre.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Fun! 23 Jun. 2010
By Robert Beveridge - Published on
Format: DVD
Bitten (Harvey Glazer, 2008)

Glazer, producer of one of my favorite movies of 2007 (The Mad), takes the director's chair here for Bitten, a similar comedy/horror mix with a similar surprisingly-famous cast and a similarly (though not as sharp) amusing script from Tim McGregor and Tyler Levine, who previously collaborated on UKM: Ultimate Killing Machine, which I haven't yet seen. After this, though, I'm tempted to track it down.

Jack (Kevin Smith regular Jason Mewes, who plays Jay in the Jay and Silent Bob movies), a lovelorn EMT, and his partner Roger (The Boondock Saints' Richard Fitzpatrick), are going about their daily lives on the graveyard shift. Jack is moaning about his ex-girlfriend Sherry (The Mad's Jordan Madley) and Roger is telling him it's time to get on with his life (in not so polite terms). So what do you think happens when Jack, on his way home from work, discovers a dying woman in an alley? EMT training and rebound attachment combine. It doesn't help matters that the woman, whose name is Danika (Erica Cox from American Pie Presents Beta House), is smokin' hot. Jack falls almost instantly, and Danika isn't averse, but there's one big problem: Danika, as it turns out, was attacked by a vampire. What do you do when you're an EMT and your new girlfriend has a taste for the red stuff?

I have to say that my favorite thing about this movie is actually the interplay between Jack and Roger; it's what would have happened had Quentin Tarantino written the dialogue for Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead: sharp, funny, and natural-sounding. Once the plot is kicked off, the dialogue is a bit less...well, that. But I really liked the pacing here, the acting is stellar for a movie of this caliber, the script is awesome, and Glazer is a competent director. I liked this one a bunch. *** ½
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
JASON MEWES!!! 4 Aug. 2010
By Celia Richard - Published on
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The movie is fun and light hearted and kinda sexy..... Jason mewes is very hott in this movie. Probabaly one of his best movies hes the biggest actor in the film. So for girls thinking this may just be a hott chick guy flick (because of the cover) You are wrong.. You have to check it out just to see Jason's character. Great movie better than i thought it would be.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Fangtastic 1 Aug. 2010
By lecudedag - Published on
Format: DVD
Erica Cox is absolutely stunning in this film. The plot is thin, but her sultry looks are well worth this lightly funny, sexy vampire horror film.

Jack (Jason Mewes)a paramedic finds Danika (Erica Cox) passed out near his house. He takes her in. She's been bitten. He looks after her, her vampireness begins to assert itself. She goes through a couple of options (animal, blood donor bag, etc.) but finds she can only stomach fresh warm blood. So that's what she does. That's pretty much it. There's holes in the plot such as why Jack takes her to his apartment, and not to hospital. And why he accepts her vampirism at first - probably because she's so hot

Did I say Erica Cox is sexy?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Thoroughly satisfied 22 Nov. 2010
By Donald Stovicek - Published on
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"Bitten" was a movie I saw on TV recently and was very disappointed that it had been "edited for television." Wanting to see the full, unedited, version of the movie I went to Amazon looking for an economical used DVD. Found several at a very reasonable price. Though used, the DVD arrived in "like new" condition, saving me several dollars. As usual, Amazon rocks in selection, price, and follow up.
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