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Since he has killed Dracoola (Tina Krause) with a garlic-sandwich in Vampire
Seduction, erstwhile super-nerd Wally Van Helsing (John P.Fedele)
has developed into a genius concerning both business and science and has
jsut been named the new CEO of Big Big Business Inc ... when Eugene
Renfield (John Bacchus) - another super-nerd - revives Dracoola, which
instantly turns Van Helsing into a super-nerd again and gets him fired on
Dracoola instantly orders Renfield to kill Van Helsing, but Renfield is
more interested in watching lesbians doing what they do best, and
ultimately he only coincidently bumps into Van Helsing ... but in a
shoot-out, Van Helsing manages to kill him ...
Now though, Van Helsing is once again up against Dracoola, and the
trick with the garlic sandwich won#t work a second time ... so Van Helsing
gives her a steak sandwich - get it, vampires are killed by stakes -,
which once more rids the earth of Dracoola.
The lesbian scenes feature Misty Mundae doing a hot (but non-explicit)
masturbation scene and seducing Elizabeth Hitchcock, and a trio of erotic job
interviews involving A.J.Khan as boss and Darian Caine and Katie
Jordon as applicants. As usual, Ms Jordon looks absolutely stunning in
this one ... but she also looks as if she had a few too many and has now
troubles walking - thank god though her role doesn#t demand too much
This (not so) long awaited sequel to Vampire
Seduction pretty much picks up where the first film left off:
combining rather weak vampire comedy featuring Tina Krause, John P.Fedele
and director Bacchus himself with a series of unrelated lesbian sex-scenes
- which is rather unfortunate since John Bacchus has since proven he can
actually do much better (see Erotic
Witch Project, Mistress
Eroticus or Play-Mate
of the Apes), and Vampire Vixens thus means a return to his
beginnings not only in story but also in quality.
Still, the film is not all bad, at least Tina Krause's and John
P.Fedele's performances are pretty funny and the sex scenes are actually
pretty erotic - but as a whole the film is merely a very average Seduction
Cinema production, and nothing to write home about.