Athena (Anja Meyer), head witchhunter of the Holy Inquisition, has just
tortured the name of the 13 witches of Hawaii out of her latest victim
(Lisa Ciniglio) and
then murdered her, but she actually has bigger plans: She wants to destroy
Los Angeles, the capitol of the witches. To that end, she had one of her
underlings, sister Hermine (Dina Babajic), contact insane Dr Morloff (Michael Huck), who
has trained two dozen of snapping turtles to swim from Hawaii to LA
carrying atom bombs.
Hermine has made a mistake though, she has let her
latest victim (Fleur Muro) escape. But Hermine might have made a much bigger mistake
than that, because the last shots of the film show that Athena is actually
a vampire ...
Now here is where the series gets (even more)
silly - and that's a good thing. After all, this is a multi-episode story
about the war between witches and (church-sanctioned) vampires that
focuses on tied up women and tries to recreate the flair of old-fashioned
serials (without being derivative). In other words, it's supposed to be
fun, right? And what says fun better than atom-bomb carrying snapping
turtles? I think I've made my point!