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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 1 September 2015
This 1995 erotic vampire suspense thriller features Alyssa Milano as the chaste virginal Charlotte. The film opens with a lover [Martin kemp] being attacked/seduced [he doesn’t struggle much!] by three vampire nymphs and himself becoming a vampire, immediately his lover departs. He then searches for his lost love and skip forward a few centuries is in a college where he meets Charlotte who he believes to be her reincarnation. He has 3 days in which to seduce her, or he will die. The problem is, Charlotte has a boyfriend. So will love or lust win out at the end of the three days.
The two main leads are superb in their roles and there is chemistry between them, Kemp screws his face rat-like as he bites his victims, Milano excels as the innocent yet provocative convent girl with ‘wicked’ thoughts. With lesser actors, this would easily be late night soft core porn, but they elevate this basic plot above it all as ‘the vampire’ enters the minds of Charlotte and her boyfriend, casting doubt and weaving webs of seduction everywhere.
The strange thing is, my disc went straight into the film, the main menu only showed after the end credits had completed! There are plenty of erotic scenes, but this gets by without the need to resort to full frontal nudity and is all the better for it. There are a few goofs and gaffs, the bodies pile up but no-one even mentions them, and the back story [3 days or die?] is never adequately explained. It’s no Oscar winner, but is entertaining in a late night manner and if you like Kemp or Milano [or both] you’re not going to be bored. Definitely one for Adults only!
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on 5 December 2013
Let's get this straight. Alyssa Milano is a super hot looking female and is the only reason to watch this tepid yarn.
Whoever thought it was a good idea to cast Martin Kemp in the lead role as the vampire, must now surely be sitting in a padded room somewhere waiting for the medication trolley.
Mr Kemp has one facial expression throughout, which looks like he is suffering with a combination of dyspepsia and flatulence,and he displays all the charisma of a dead and rotting haddock.
The two stars are for Ms Milano writhing sensuously through this cinematic car crash.
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on 2 May 2017
I lolled a fair bit ...
but a certain lady's assests made it worthwhile... Mr Kemp isn't much of a vampire
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on 27 October 2014
Oh Martin (Kemp), I just hope you were in serious financial difficulty and were forced to accept work like this. There is no excuse otherwise. The story is poor acting even worth, sometimes even ridiculous. Thanks god he did Kray Brothers afterwards to redeem himself.
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on 18 December 2017
Many thanks for an excellent product
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on 28 July 2017
Poor film
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on 19 March 2015
Good condition but disappointed about the film, rather amateurish. Cannot believe Martin Kemp being in such a film.
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on 23 February 2014
What a waste of a good pair of actors i.e. Martin Kemp and Alyssa Milano. If not for the fact they where the main actors i would of given 1 star.
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on 18 May 2018
Good value
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on 21 January 2016
happy with purchase
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