Years ago, USA Network’s “Up All Night” used to repeatedly run a cheap sucky vampire flick called Malibu Beach Vampires. When I saw the title Vampires in Venice I instantly assumed it meant Venice, Italy. Nope. The title refers to sunny Venice, California. Please let this film be better than Malibu Beach Vampires.
Newcomer Deborah S. Goodwin wrote, directed, and co-produced this tale of Califonivampification starring Edward Remington Hoffman, Aleksei Archer, Jennifer Skyler, and longtime character actor Bill Cobbs.
On his first night in his new place in Venice Beach, Keith is attacked by some kind of vampire bat and begins to feel a change coming on. Whatever’s inside him is taking over fast and he is unable to remember if the visions of blood in his head are a nightmare or reality.
Bleiberg Entertainment are handling the distribution for the film.
And, uh, well, that’s really about the info out there I’ve been able to find. Stay tuned for more details, bloodsuckers.
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