Plot: What’s it about?
Dracula’s daughter (Tina Krause) has been blessed with lethal powers of seduction, as she could seduce any man she wished in mere seconds. But a lot of good this seems to do her, as she craves female love and as such, has a little more trouble. Her skills of seduction work with the ladies too however, so all she needs to do is find them and for that, she enlists Wally Van Helsing (John P. Fedele), whom she has seduced into a mindless servant. Wally’s job is to track down gorgeous women and bring them back to Dracula’s daughter, who then reveals her special powers and digs in, super vampire lesbian style. As she has her way with these women, Wally loves to listen in and while he wishes he could be involved, he ends up punished and unfulfilled. But Wally is a Van Helsing and that makes him a vampire hunter, so perhaps a visit from beyond the grave could snap him out of the seduction spell, which means Dracula’s daughter could be in real trouble.
This one has all the usual Seduction Cinema elements, so if you’re a fan of the studio’s other work, chances are you’ll like this one also. Tina Krause (Titanic 2000, In The Hood) has the lead billing, but is given not as much screen time as expected, though she looks as gorgeous as ever. Others seen in this flick include scream queen Debbie Rochon, Kiki Michaels, Jessica English, and of course, various Seduction Cinema regulars. I was a little let down that more emphasis wasn’t placed on the vampire angle, but this is still a fun movie and come on, Krause and her costars know how to entertain, I assure you. A ton of naked ladies, lesbian antics, crude humor, and bad acting can all be seen here, which is just how we like it, at least when it comes to Seduction Cinema releases. As with all of Seduction Cinema’s titles, this one won’t be for everyone, but fans of beautiful naked women and lesbian vampires will be interested. Vampire’s Seduction is recommended to fans of these kind of flicks and since Seduction Cinema has given it a good treatment at a low price, there’s no reason not to give it a whirl, if you ask me.
Video: How does it look?
Vampire’s Seduction is presented in a full frame transfer, as intended. This is a good looking treatment, but due to the limited budget, it doesn’t have the refinement of a normal feature film. The print looks clean however, so colors can look bold and bright, while flesh tones (and this movie has a lot of flesh) seem natural and warm also. No problems with contrast either, as blacks look more than solid and I saw no evidence of detail loss. This is about as good as you can hope for, given the limitations of the production.
Audio: How does it sound?
A solid, but unmemorable stereo option is used, so don’t expect an immersive, eerie atmosphere. But the moans, squeals, and other noises of pleasure come through well, which is what matters in this case. The music and various sound effects seem in decent enough form, while the dialogue is always clean and never hard to understand. I wouldn’t use as a demonstration track for your home theater, but as far as this material goes, it more than covers all the bases.
Supplements: What are the extras?
This disc includes some cool extras also, such as ten minutes of sexy outtakes, which should please fans, to be sure. You’ll also find a bonus “short film” which runs much longer than most shorts I’ve seen, which is called Misty’s Secret. This piece features Krause and Misty Mundae, who is always a pleasure to watch in action. An interview with Krause is also packed on here, which is cool and makes for a welcome inclusion. This disc also includes the trailer for Vampire’s Seduction, as well as all sorts of bonus Seduction Cinema trailers.