"Room mates can be murder"
looking for a place to live and finds, a wealthy woman with a large house, and
a need for female boarders. A few weeks later, Whitney confides that she likes
to drink blood and wants Celia to be her new donor. Celia soon gets to enjoy the
experience, and finds she needs it as much as Whitney ... who realises what sort
of monster she has created.
- Monique Parent as
- Leslie Danon as Celia
- Matt Bailey as Jim
Strain as New Roommate/Narrator
Directed by Jeff Frey
by A. Gregory
Produced by Gary Bryman
Cinematography by Ed Tillman
Film Editing by Darin Roberts
Production Design by Harlan Spatz
really sad thing about this movie is that it is boring - I literally fell
asleep watching it, and didn't get to the end until my third attempt.
despite copious use of the word 'vampire' - and fangs on the promo shots, this
is not even about vampires, but renfields.
director chucks in a bit of of rather one-sided sex to compensate, but nothing
to get excited about. The acting is wooden, the guitar playing faked, and the
There are lazy gimmicks, like having Whitney in
Shadow, but a bright light around her eyes; myterious the first time, corny the
tenth, and pathetic by the fiftieth time. The only action that looks entirely
real, is Celia weilding a razor; she's either very brave, very sick - or it was
exceptionally neat camera work. But this is trivia ...Save your money.