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An Erotic Vampire in Paris
The Vampire of Notre Dame

USA 2002
produced by
Merrill Aldighieri, Lucas Balbo, Donald Farmer for Artschiv Productions, Video Vamp/ei Independent Cinema (Seduction)
directed by Donald Farmer
starring Misty Mundae (= Erin Brown), Mia Copia (= Tina Krause), William Hellfire, Christophe Bier, Fanny Terjeki
written by Donald Farmer, music by Frederick Reed IV, William Hellfire, Breakfast at the Manchester Morgue, second unit direction by William Hellfire

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Caroline (Misty Mundae) comes to Paris to visit the grave of her recently deceased, estranged mother ... but before she knows it, a slimey guy (Christophe Bier) rapes her and steals her luggage. However, she soon catches the attention of Isobel (Mia Copia), who seems to be fascinated by her - only problem, Isobel is a vampire.

However, when Isobel and Caroline first make love, Isobel realizes she's in love and can't bite Caroline to death. So instead she lets Caroline stay with her as a lover ...

Eventually, Isobel and Caroline notice a stalker and voyeur (William Hellfire, giving a really obnoxious performance) following them. Isobel thinks it best to invite him to her place where they begin to seduce him in the bathtub. But when they realize he is a bit clumsy concerning sex, Isobel sends Caroline out of the room to teach the stalker a lesson ... and bites him to death, without Caroline noticing anything ...

Eventually, Caroline and Isobel run across Caroline's rapist, and Isobel promises Caroline to take care of him ... so she invites him to her appartment, allows him to start to rape Caroline (again), then simply bites him to death as well, right in front of Caroline's eyes, who only now realizes her lover's a vampire. She's understandably shocked, but when Isobel promises never to hurt her she calms down and the two have passionate sex ... until Isobel bites Caroline to death as well, because "blood is sweeter than love".


On the plus side, this film has some quite atmospheric shots and uses the Paris locations to its advantage, and both Misty Mundae and Mia Copia are pretty enough in their way to make their many sex scenes enjoyable. On the other hand though, the film is way too slow-moving to pack any kind of punch and the very thin script as such is as bland as it is bad. A pity that director/screenwriter Donald Farmer did not get more out of its locations and production values ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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