When a one-night stand turns Ajay, a West Hollywood pretty boy, into a vampire, he decides misery really does love company and tries to suck his friends Teague and Floor into a life of bloodlust.
While filled with hot guys having sex, this movie is not my favorite vampire flick. Pretentious and disjoint dialog, poorly thought-out characters and enormous plot holes all made this film more of a chore to sit through than an enjoyment.
Vampirism is the newest sexually transmitted disease in this film. And getting it is as easy as a minor exchange of bodily fluids.
The pretension of the film made it difficult to figure out what the ultimate message was supposed to be. However, a minor STD/AIDS-phobic message was clear throughout the film.
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