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Mina Harker (Misty Mundae) is not the happiest of housewives, being treated
with neglect by her husband Jonathan (Julian Wells - not a man at all, but a
rather good-looking woman, & she doesn't even try to hide it ... which
whould be hard in her many nude scenes), instead being put on a diet of weird
pills from his own pharmacy company. So Mina retreats into a fantasy world
where a straw-doll is her baby, & it seems little surprising that
eventually starts seeing a naked woman (Darian Caine), who claims to be Dracula
& seduces her with the occasional sip of blood & steamy lesbian sex.
Sarah (Andrea Davis) meanwhile has killed Beth's (Casey Jones) family, &
almost her too, but then became intrigzued by Beth's innocent beatuy & thus
seduced her into becoming her companion.
Back at Mina's, her sister Abigail
(Shelly Jones - who is not Misty's real-life sister at all but the sister of
co-star Casey Jones - who gets to sit on her face butt naked) stops by to meet
Jonathan with whom she had an affair going on, but only finds Dracula ... &
is soon determined what's really going on in her sister's life/house.
Jonathan comes home from work that evening, he & Mina are having a rowe,
during which Mna has to realize Jonathan is not the man she has married at all
- in fact he is not a man at all - & Mina confesses to Jonathan she is
pregant from Dracula (who isn't a man, neither), since Jonathan had failed to
make her pregnant. Rather untouched by that confession, Jonathan leaves, while
Dracula, who has grown fond of Mina, plans to kill Abigail for her ... but
nstead only gets killed herself.
In the end it turns all out to be just an
elaborate scheme of Jonathan to test his/her new hallucinogenic pill on Mina,
& now that he/she has the result, he tossesgher away, leaving her for Sarah
& Beth to kill.
Desperately, Mina tries to persuade Beth that she is not
a vampire at all & that Sarah killed her family, & event ries to turn
Beth against Sarah, but somehow her little speech lacks conviction as she
caries (& in the end delivers) Dracula's child, & ultimately Mina falls
prey to Sarah & Beth.
A slick softcore sex-movie, no doubt, but
for some reason, it at the same times falls between too many stools: whjile the
direction is very flashy & stylish & the sex is ultra-erotic, the
attempts to make an art-movie seem rther valiant but failed: All the symbolism
& surrealism incorporated in the movie seem rather forced upon, lacking any
real conviction, & hte erratic story of the movie is by far not as
mysterious as it was intended to be, & often seems silly rather than
Shot back-to-back with Tony Marsiglia's Chantal
by the way.