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Jenny the Vampire Hunter and other Tales

USA 2000
produced by
Harmnony Concepts
directed by Jon Woods
starring Jenny McKay, Katie Jordon, Eve Ellis, Carolyn Reese, C.J.Taylor, Misty Grayson, Leonard Ayresteel, Lola Powell, Cassandra Knight

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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  • Jenny the Vampire Hunter: Jenny the Vampire Hunter (Jenny McKay) hunts vampires for the Institute, an organisation that wants find a way to change vampires back into normal people again - whether they like it or not ... but some say the Institute is only after the secret of immortality. This time around, Jenny is after vampire Katie (Katie Jordon), but this vampire hunt is actually more of a game of cat-and-mouse, with each woman defeating the other repeatedly and tieing her up - and ultimately, Jenny only wins this game because her mentor, the Professor, manages to sneak up on Katie and literally net her ...
  • It Really Happened: Fitness instructor Eve (Eve Ellis) is attacked in her studio one night after everyone's gone by a masked man and tied up with tape. But the masked man is no thief or rapist or anything, just a pervert out to steal her sweaty cloths.
  • Industrial Espionage: A flight attendant (Carolyn Reese) is tied up by a friend of hers so she can take her place on the flight - because she's an industrial spy hired to kidnap a scientist on the plane. Later that night, the friend returns to free her, but the flight attendant manages to overcome her and tie her up.
  • Housesitting: A young actress (Misty Grayson) is housesitting somebody else's place when a robber breaks in, and since he can't use a housesitter while robbing the place, he ties her up.
  • Why Didn't You Tell Me: A woman (Lola Powell) has just been tied up and robbed by a masked man, but when she is found a short time later by her friend (Cassandra Knight), she thinks it's just part of an erotic game and leaves her tied up and gagged while guessing what has happened exactly

Jenny the Vampire Hunter and other Tales is by no means to be considered as serious genre filmmaking, basically it's just a dirt cheap omnibus movies with lots of girls in bondage, pantie shots, bare breasts, and women writhing helplessly on the floor all tied up. To put it another way, this is a movie for acquired tastes. However, if softcore bondage erotica embedded in silly little stories is your thing, this is almost the perfect party film. Just don't espect something perfect, expect something a bit silly ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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