This must be a serial killer's (Lance Eakright) dream come true: A
house that's very remote, a homeowner who's a pretty young and gullible
woman (April Hartman), and the little girl (Gracie Whitton) he has brought
works perfectly as bait - and thus his victim to be has no reservations
turnhing her back on him so he can hit her over the back all the better,
and she doesn't wake up until he has tied her to a chair. And now he can
gloat a little before killing her ... well, that's how it should have
been, because despite all his posing, she can't help but burst out in
laughter, shake her bonds in no time, and attack and wrestle him down as
if it was nobody's business - because you see, the woman's a vampire ...
but that's only half of the story ...
The Origin of Species
wholly succeeds in putting a new twist onto an age-old tale while telling
its story in a very dynamic way that in its storytelling mechanisms might
have more to do with action than horror cinema, but which does come to a
horrific resolution nevertheless - and getting there is a very