Embrace the Darkness (1999) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Sex and death are two powerful forces and erotic horror loves to mix the two. This movie is no exception.
Here we have two vampires. One is male, calm and careful. The other is female, wild and dangerous. They have just moved to LA. Their personality types clash as she wants only blood from fresh victims (usually those she has had sex with) while he is content with bagged blood from the local blood bank.
Enter a pretty performance artist next door and her reporter ex-boyfriend and you get a fairly typical vampire story where obsession leads to death.
The vampires themselves are a little different. They can teleport, open doors without touching them and make their clothes jump onto their bodies.
There are lots of sex scenes in this film and plenty of nudity. Plenty of sex with the vampires and mortals (although most of them are drained in more than one way afterward).
This is an o-kay film with both halves working well. The acting is pretty good and the cast is attractive. The DVD has absolutely no special features but at least has tracks. Again, nothing special, but it is done better than most.
About Embrace the Darkness (1999)
Starring: Madison Clark, Angelina High, Kevin Spirtas, Brad Bartram, Colleen McDermott
Runtime: 104 minutes
Director: Kelley Cauthen