The Last Revenants
Scott C. Sanford, Nicki Rauscher, Sheri Davis, Matt Gulbranson, Michael Cruz, David Lind (executive), Joel Long (executive) for Seraph Productions, Brainpie Media
directed by Jim DeVault
starring Suzi Lorraine, Sheri Davis, Amanda Durbin, Elissa Dowling, Katherine King, Joel Flynn, Christopher Drummond, Helene Udy, Matt Gulbranson, Glenn Turney, Nicole Holt, Tom Young, Michael Cruz, Alan Gunter, Jackie Balock, Leah Gradney, Bianca Willard, Alex Nigo, Laila Skye, Robb Hudspeth
written by Ron R. Anand, Scott C. Sanford, Katherine King, music by Jim DeVault, special effects makeup by Michael Brower
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Slowly but surely, vampirekind has died out on earth due to some kind
of vampire plague, and now only four are left, who have decided to share
lodgings because of their similar requirements - and run a b'n'b, tattoo
studio and "massage" salon on the side, to get their hands on
new blood the discreet way. The four vampire girls couldn't be more
different from one another though, there's goody two-shoes Suzi (Suzi
Lorraine), the reasonable and controlled one of the bunch, Mel (Sheri
Davis), who isn't always in control of her lesbian (or vampiric) urges and
who wants nothing more than getting into Suzi's panties, Rachel (Amanda
Durbin), who suffers from being a vampire, at least mentally, and Tiffany
(Elissa Dowling), who's an absolute psychopath who enjoys being an undead
bloodsucker, and especially the killing that comes with it.
Wilson (Katherine King), who has somehow tracked the last four vampires
down and promises them a cure. But she also tells them that Tiffany is too
far gone and shows signs of the vampire plague. Not that Tiffany's
impressed, but to please the others she agrees to let the doctor move in
and experiment on Suzi to perfect the serum.
Enter also Detective Cooley
(Joel Flynn), who has linked a few missing person cases to the vampires'
house - but of course he doesn't suspect vampirism, and neither does he
suspect Suzi, and the two quickly become a couple and have sex - which is
good for the experiment as a human-vampire hybrid baby is needed to create
the right serum. Thing is, Dr. Wilson has her own agenda as she needs the
vampire girls blood to revive her boyfriend who just happened to be
ancient vampire William (Christopher Drummond), who always refused to turn
her though. The other problem is, Tiffany is soon fed up with the good
doctor and with their agreed upon vow to not kill anyone until the
experiment draws results, and thus the bodies start piling up ...
Last Revenants is a clever little movie that instead of following the
same formula again manages to blow a new breath into vampire cinema - and
at the same time entertain in a light-footed way with just the right
amount of humour to keep the film from becoming too dark and at the same
time not holding back on gruesomeness when needed. And a very strong
ensemble cast featuring some of the top horror actresses of its day, the
film is certain to entertain genre fans and general audiences with a
predilection for the macabre alike.