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Virginal 17-year-old Charlotte (Alyssa Milano) finds it a bit hard to
adjust to college life, especially since she has been brought up by nuns
(with all the implications) while everyone else seems to be rather
promiscuous. Especially her boyfriend Chris (Harrison Pruett) grows quite
impatient about her intentions to remain a virgin, at least until she
turns 18 ... which is a mere 3 days away.
But if Charlotte is so virginal, then why has she erotic dreams about a
vampire (Martin Kemp) all the time ?
The dreams irritate Charlotte, to say the least, & so does a nude
photoshoot with Sarah (Charlotte Lewis) that almost turns nto steamy
lesbian sex ...
The vampire is of course real, & has waited 200 years for his
Princess to be reborn - in Charlotte - & now has (for whatever reason)
3 days to make her love him, & so the vampire does whatever is in his
power - giving her erotic dreams about him, giving her dreams of Chris
cheating on her, planting doubts in Chris ... & of course killing a
few of her friends.
On the eve of her 18th birthday the vampire seems to have almost
succeeded, she refuses to meet up with Chris, almost breaks up with him,
& has turned from the college virgin into a very sexy vamp ...
Then though, when the vampire tries to seduce her, Chris, still worried
about her, barges in, & while the vampire has no trouble restraining
Chris, he can't suppres her love to him, & ultimately has to give her
up & disappears ... & it seems as if Charlotte & Chris would
celebrate her 18th birthday right where they are doing you-know-what ...
For years, Alyssa Milano has built up her image as clean all-American
girl in the sitcom Who's the Boss, with virtually all of
America watching her grow up to a lovely young woman. Now what better way
to break with such an image than to star in an erotic horror film &
showing quite a bit of skin ?
The role of the virgin in turmoil who can just as easily turn into a
vamp was of course tailormade for her (even if she was in real life a tad
older - 21 - than her movie-role - & not quite as innocent either I
presume) & she looks great in it.
The movie itself though is rather weak, a vampire story that wasn't
really thought through & thus seems to go nowhere, with its horror
theme rather underplayed, virtually no directorial effort put into
atmosphere, & the finale is underwhelming, to put it nicely.
There are actually only 2 reasons to see the movie, I call htem Thelma
& Louise, but I'm sure Alyssa calls her boobs by diffferent names.