Released: Jun 05th, 2013
Running Time: 78 Min.
Director: Harry Sparks
Company: Sparks Entertainment
Distribution Companies: Exile Distribution
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Non-Sex Version, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Brittney Banxxx, Lily LaBeau, Darcy Tyler, Hayden Winters, Ariana Fox, Dani Daniels, Faith Lee Sentz
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Girl, Feature
"The Vampire Mistress" tells the story of a beautiful young reporter named Laura whose life changes dramatically one fateful night when she is abducted by a sinister cult called The Vampire Society. After she is made into a vampire, Laura must choose to either join The Vampire Society and the evil mistress Alison in terrorizing the city or use her new powers to bring them down and end their reign of terror once and for all.
The debut feature from writer/director Harry Sparks’ Sparks Entertainment, The Vampire Mistress follows the odd adventures of Laura (Dani Daniels), a lesbian reporter who gets sent to write a story on a cult group called “The Vampire Society”—which turns out to be a conclave of lesbian vampires who promptly force her to have sex with them then turn her into one of them.
Not really being down with their human-killing program, though, Laura recruits her girlfriend Zoe (Hayden Winters), after Zoe reminds her that “I’m not just an exotic dancer, I’m studying to be a computer scientist,” to help take down the vamps with satellite imagery and police radio interference and stuff.
Weirdly, every single scene—even the ones taking place in utterly nondescript bedrooms—is shot against a green screen, which makes for a distracting effect. Even more noticeably, dialogue is often hard to hear and improperly synced with the picture … and the script is disjointed at best. But there are a couple of fairly strokable scenes, namely the opener with Daniels and Winters, and one about midway through between Ariana Fox and Brittney Banxxx.
The two-disc set offers some fun extras on the second disc, including a non-sex version of the movie and a flippable “comic book” depicting an illustrated rendition of the story’s climax.