Laurel has the boyfriend of her dreams: Kevin. He can and will do anything for her. He is totally devoted to her but the down-side is that he never leaves her alone. When she tries to get ... See full summary »
I was so disappointed in this movie. I am a big James Franco fan, and I expected so much more. I really liked the original "Mother May I Sleep With Danger" and I expected this one to at least be similar or relate to, maybe a follow up. But nothing could be further froth truth other than the fact that Tori Spelling plays the mother in both movies. As I was watching it, I was waiting for a moment that would hook me in, but that moment never came. I finally gave up about half way through, after my husband had already fallen asleep. It was a little campy, but not campy enough to be entertaining. I generally like vampire movies, but there wasn't even enough of that for this to truly be a vampire movie. Honestly, there wasn't enough of anything to qualify this as any particular genre of movie, just bad. Unless you have a thing for really sub-par lesbian vampire movies (and not a great attempt at that) then steer clear of this one. Wish I had a better report. :(
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