Blood Angel’s Release Date: 2005 Genre: Horror Director: Ron Oliver (Prom Knight III) Writers: Lisa Morton (Tornado Warning, upcoming Glass Trap) Starring: Lorenzo Lamas, Leah Cairns and Siri Baruc Well, that was something. The presence of five hot bloodsuckers as our protagonists, jokes that actually work, and Lorenzo Lamas actually looking like he’s enjoying himself […]

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Blood Angel’s
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Horror
Director: Ron Oliver (Prom Knight III)
Writers: Lisa Morton (Tornado Warning, upcoming Glass Trap)
Starring: Lorenzo Lamas, Leah Cairns and Siri Baruc

Well, that was something.

The presence of five hot bloodsuckers as our protagonists, jokes that actually work, and Lorenzo Lamas actually looking like he’s enjoying himself as our villain should be enough to let you know that this is far from the typical made-for-video effort.

As if you’d expect anything complex, Blood Angel’s plot is relatively simple. Five hot thralls (vampires without certain abilities) have been locked up in the home of vampire Mr. Jones (Lamas) for quite sometime. Jones, you see, has a plan to use one of those ancient demonic books we always hear so much about to rule the world. Once they escape in a particularly funny flashback scene, we find out that they are preparing to enact a spell, only this one will free them from Jones forever.

As for what they’re doing, well that’s where the rest comes in. The five girls own a nightclub together, and on the eve of the winter solstice, Jones plans to infiltrate the building in order to use it for his diabolical plans. At the same time, one of the girl’s teen sister, who has left their childhood home after being hit by their drunk of a father, arrives at the nightclub. So of course, there are plenty of scenes where she slowly comes to understand that her sister and friends are all thralls, while at the same time getting into a relationship with a hunk she meets at the club.

Blood Angels never really takes itself seriously, and that’s why it succeeds despite a series of failing jokes (the transvestite), lame effects (when stunt tits attack), and bad acting (Sonya Salomma in particular). The characters are relatively likeable, with the ones you’re not supposed to like such as Jones and his assistant acting eccentric enough to keep your attention.

There’s nothing here that’s spectacular, except for the decapitation moment, but it’s worth ninety minutes of your time.

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