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Theresa & Allison

USA 2018
produced by
Charles D. Lincoln, Chelsea LeSage, Leanna Stager (executive) for CL Squared Productions
directed by Jeremiah Kipp
starring Arielle Hope, Sarah Schoofs, Alyson Danielczuk, Charles D. Lincoln, Alexandra Frantsevich, Jennie Sedlacek, Amy Jo Jackson, Pooya Mohseni, Sarah Kraus, Marisa Roman, Alina Gerasimova, Natalie Pitcairn, Kerri Sohn, Mitzi Akaha, Natalie Blackman, Ariana Corrao, Ashley Tyler, Victoria Clare, Caitlin Ross-Poteet, Genoveva Rossi, Sarah Nia, Eva Cocco, Bruce Yang, Amy Hope
written by Charles D. Lincoln, music by Charles Lupula, Chelsea LeSage, special makeup effects by Beatrice Sniper

review by
Mike Haberfelner

After a drunk night out, Theresa (Arielle Hope) runs into a beautiful woman (Pooya Mohseni) who takes her home with her, the two have sex ... and then the woman bites Theresa in the neck and sucks her blood. She first wants to leave her to die, but has a sudden change of heart and gives her some of her own blood ...

Flash forward to about a month later: A dead body has been found in Theresa's bath tub, but instead of being taken to the police, she's brought to an "orientation center", where for the first time, she's confronted with the fact that she's a vampire now - but given permission to feed on humans as long as she follows certain rules - not that Theresa wants to be a vampire of prey on humans, but she doesn't have much choice there.

That same night, Theresa meets Allison (Sarah Schoofs), a fellow vampire who has taken a liking in her and wants to mentor her regarding her vampire lifestyle - but when Theresa learns Allison might only flirt with her to make her ex Tony (Charles D. Lincoln) jealous, she just walks away ... and runs right into said Tony, to quickly realize he's quite a psycho, even for a vampire.

Ultimately, Allison takes Theresa to one of vampire mother Sakkara's (Amy Jo Jackson) parties, where she introduces her to Miranda (Alyson Danielczuk) blood bank program for vampires who really don't want to kill. Theresa is thrilled, and soon she and Allison have sex - but there's another side to the party as well, as about half of the guests are humans, and the party's heavily guarded so the humans (as of yet oblivious to their situation) can't escape ...


Theresa & Allison certainly is a film that puts a new spin on the vampire genre, doing away with the hero/villain dichotonomy that usually pervades the genre, instead having it set entirely in the grey area between good and evil and populated by strong, well fleshed-out and deeply conflicted characters with interesting backstories. On a visual level, this movie has a gritty, arthouse vibe to it with its long takes and often excentric colour scale, but there definitely is enough violence, blood and nudity to give die-hard horror fans what they want as well - just in the framework of a non-formulaic story. And a solid cast only help to make this a very enjoyable and rather unusual vampire movie.


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