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Bite Night
Party of Valice

UK 2020
produced by
Maria Lee Metheringham for Great Northern Productions
directed by Maria Lee Metheringham
starring Rachel Brownstein, Martha Niklas, Maria Lee Metheringham, Dani Thompson, Marcella Edgecombe-Craig, Ryan-Jay Jones, Kian Pollard, Roland Martial, George Walker, Peter M. George, Wyn Hopkins, Jerry De Borg, Ruth Stapleton, David Healy, Elizabeth Jubb, Helena Clegg, Mark Blake Smith, Claire Thom, Daz Man Mcgee, Darren Bunting, Will Metheringham, Neil Chatterton, Alfie Okey, Mj Dixon, Anna Dixon, Nick Hardy, Donna Newing, Sherry Macchio, Tabitha Clare Arnold
written by Maria Lee Metheringham, Will Metheringham, music by Leigh Fenlon, Jerry De Borg, Will Metheringham, Neil Chatterton, songs by Great Northern Hotel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Valice (Rachel Brownstein), Katarina (Martha Niklas) and Zuzanna (Maria Lee Metheringham) are the latest singing sensation to hit the clubs, and are a hit with fans not only because of their music but also their looks - so when they promise six fans chosen by chance a party at Valice's house, everyone's excited of course. And at least half of the winners - Tash (Marcella Edgecobe-Craig), Axel (Ryan-Jay Jones), Ronnie (Kian Pollard), Ridley (Roland Martial), Biffa (Peter M. George), and much-too-straight-for-rock Ebeneizer (George Walker) - expect to have an orgy with the girls ... but once they arrive at Valice's place, they are just shown to their rooms by hostess Sandra (Dani Thompson) and advised to wait for an hour - which makes them come up with stupid ideas ... until Ebeneizer just disappears into thin air. Then dinner's served: A human head! Of course our heroes turn away in disgust, all but Ebeneizer who has inexplicably reappeared but seems odd now. Now eventually it's revealed that Valice, Katarina and Zuzanna are vampires who have invited the others over to feed on them - though not suck them dry, because that would be murder ... but that said, Katarina doesn't always know when to stop, so eventually, there's a fatality. But as the evening develops, this turns out to be the least of the problems for both our heroes and the vampire girls ...


Now Bite Night sure isn't a film set out to re-invent vampire cinema - but that said, it's really good at what it had set out to do, and that's just telling a thoroughly entertaining genre story that seems to always have a twinkle in the eye without ever going the moronic route, instead it just has fun with its story, a fun that seems to be shared with its cast, who give on-the-point and relatable performances without taking themselves to seriously, and that's infectuous to the audience as well. It's a fun ride, that's for sure, and totally deserves a watch!

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