Queer Vampyres


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  • Tainted
  • Author: Sean Farley
  • Director: Brian Evans
  • Producer: Sean Farley and Robert St. Mary
  • Year: 1998
  • Country: US
  • 108 minutes
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A vampire is stalking a small town in Michigan and staking other vamps and draining their blood. Only 3 men find out what's going on, and it is up to them to stop it.

Qvamp says:

This is an incredibly inane, poorly acted, ill-thought out movie. The film consists mostly of rapid-fire trite and bitchy dialog, which generally had the feel of being 'winged' by a group of 14-year-old boys.

There were a few interesting concepts touched on by the film, but nothing was explored to any substantial level.

The film mentioned AIDS a number of times, though not beyond the 'be sure to wrap yourself when you screw the girls you pick up at the bar' level. The overall premise of the film (as indicated by the title) seems to be an attempt to create an allegory of the few people who got AIDS and purposefully wanted to infect others - out of anger or spite, by showing the 'bad vampire' of the film trying to infect others with vampirism.

There was also a minor gay character, who seemed to serve no purpose other than to show that the writers of the film were likely gay or 'gay sensitive' and hated bisexuals.

Avoid this one!

Rating F
Queer Vampire Rating F
Amount of Gay Content alluded to


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