Life Blood


Life Blood

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A pair of lipstick lesbians return as vampires to finish the killing spree they started in life. It's been four long decades since Brooke (Sophie Monk) and Rhea (Anya Lahiri) were banished from the natural world. Now it's New Years Eve, and their wrath is stronger than ever. As the urge to kill grows stronger than ever, Brooke and Rhea find themselves in the small town of Pearblossom, where fresh victims are always ripe for the picking.


Sophie Monk
as Brooke Ancnel
Anya Lahiri
as Rhea Cohen
Justin Shilton
as Warren James
Patrick Renna
as Dan Griggs
Danny Woodburn
as Deputy Felix Shoe
Charles Napier
as Sherrif Tillman
Angela Lindvall
as God/Waitress
Gina Gallego
as Patricia
Jennifer Tung
as Deputy Cook
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  • Mar 25, 2011
    Oh an awful straight to DVD vampire film. Very amateur, the acting, story, script and direction are all poor. It doesn't seem to know what type of film it wants to be? It has a few pretty girls in it and that's about it! Watch The hills run red for a decent horror film with Sophie Monk in.
    Dean K Super Reviewer
  • Sep 04, 2010
    The premise is that vampires are God's lesbian angels of vengeance---literally (try to wrap your mind around that one). Unfortunately, despite the straight-faced but wacko setup, it plays out like a standard, predictable vampire B-movie in its last two-thirds.
    Greg S Super Reviewer
  • Jul 01, 2010
    Quite possibly the worst movie ever made. Terrible on every count: dreadful cliches and caricatures, horrible, corny dialogue, ridiculous script and plot, horrid acting -but the kicker is that this was NOT meant to be over the top! The filmmaker is serious. This movie plays like something written by a stoned 14 year old boy hiding in the ladies room at a Star Trek convention, sitting in a stall with a typewriter on his lap and some really good Acapulco Gold.
    Pamela D Super Reviewer

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