Decadent Evil (2005)
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So, this is barely a movie. The first 12 minutes is a recap of "Vampire Journals" and opening credits. Then the last like six minutes are end credits... The movie is an hour 14 minutes in runtime, so the actual content of the movie is less than an hour. The cast is small: Evil Vampire Queen who is supposedly what happened to an unresolved character from "Vampire Journals"; Sugar, a sweet vampire with a big heart; Spice, a bit of a jerk but a good friend vampire; Dex, a DJ... Ivan a Vampire Hunter ... and a tiny doll thingy, Marvin. This film is more inline with Charles Band's work. Heck, it took him six days to film! Not abundantly terrible which is why it gets a middle of the road rating. Doesn't explore any interesting story territory though. A shame given there is promise in Sugar and Spice's friendship, Morella's backstory, and Sugar and Dex's relationship. My one take away is Phil Fondacaro who plays Ivan the Vampire Hunter may be channeling his "Bordello of Blood" character. I appreciate that sort of type casting.
Dopey vampire flick offers no scares but a few intentional chuckles and one genuine surprise. Begins with a wholly unnecessary 4-minute backhistory of this particular vampire nest, although I guess they deserve some credit for trying to give their characters some footing, but what's with the little red homunculus dude named Marvin getting so much camera time? Knows not to overstay its welcome at a scant 67 minutes and doesn't take itself seriously, which are two reasons to prefer it over Twilight.
A fairly bland vampire story with disgusting scenes and stupid characters. The plot is pretty typical and slow, though the run-time isn't too awful. It's gross, uninteresting, and overall unmemorable.
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