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Kiss of The Vampire

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Cast: Daniel Goddard, Katherine Hawkes, Eric Etebari, Gary Daniels, Costas Mandylor, Marty Kove and Phil Fondacaro

Director:Joe Tornatore

Genre:Horror | Romance

Year: 2009


A coven of Sexy, modern Day vampires ravage the American Midwest with the thirst for blood, while a romantic twist puts the vampires at odds among themselves and with the murderous Illuminati that seek to gain their immortality.

Originally titled "Immortally Yours" now with a title of Kiss of The Vampire comes to DVD this week. On the outside this looks like just another simple Vampire flick like so many before it but that could not be more wrong. There is a lot happening here, the 15 minutes or so of the film gives you the set-up and to be honest it is the most important part to watch because without getting the information early you are going to be lost as to what is going on later. There is indeed a lot happening as there are different groups with different plans and lots of characters to sort out. What made this such a fun film was it had a mix of both scary parts as well as some humor tossed it to lighten the load and Director, Joe Tornatore did a great job at mixing the two together and lets also give credit to Writer, Katherine Hawkes for a fun and clever script. The film offers a little for everyone, you have the horror and comedy mixture but you also have a little romance and some sexy female Vampires as well. Plus you got Gary Daniels showing off some of his fighting skills, awesome I tell you. This is a low-budget production but what really saves it is the story and how it was executed, the mix of all the different characters into a story that has some twists and turns along the way doesn't only make this an interesting film to watch but also a highly entertaining one as well. MTI Video seems to always amaze me with their ability to find these little gems that are as enjoyable as they are different. The film is solid in every way and I really liked its original take on who the bad is and who isn't. Looking for something different to watch then I highly recommend picking this DVD up today. Released by MTI Video. **** Out Of *****