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Embrace of the Vampire

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  • Embrace of the Vampire
  • AKA:
    Nosferatu Diaries, The (1994) (USA) (working title)
    Nosferatu Diaries: Embrace of the Vampire, The (1994) (USA)
  • Author: Rick Bitzelberger, Nicole Coady and Halle Eaton
  • Director: Anne Goursaud
  • Producer: Marilyn Vance, Alan Mruvka
  • Year: 1995
  • Country: US
  • 93 minutes
Warnings
  5 point scale
Nudity:2
Sex:3
Violence:3
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Description:
A few hundred years ago, a man was 'embraced' into vampirism, and lost his true love who he sees reincarnated as the virginal college freshman Charlotte. Charlotte is a good girl virgin who is having some very bad dreams about sex. These dreams are courtesy of the gender-changing, but predominantly male, vampire. Charlotte begins to change but as long as she remains pure for three days, the vampire will take her and they will live eternally together.

The vampire is on deadline, for in three days if he hasn't seduced her and drunk her blood, he will die. Coincidentally, that day is also Charlotte's eighteenth birthday, and the day on which she's led her long-suffering boyfriend to believe that she'll finally consummate their relationship.

Qvamp says:

The overall plot? A sweet-as-sugar co-ed discovers that she is really the long-lost love of a vampire.

While this movie does have a couple lesbian scenes, it is mostly heterosexual. Overall, the orientation of the main character, played by Alyssa Milano, is unclear, as she is planning on having sex with her boyfriend but develops a crush on a lesbian photographer/neighbor. After her conversion starts, the two of them do show their passions.

In addition, the vampire has the ability to change sex. Though he is in the process of seducing Charlotte, he does attempt to seduce her boyfriend while in female guise.

If you like Alyssa Milano, this one has a nude scene with her. Even for those who are hot for the female body, this movie is not a strong contender, and has little to offer.

As a note of interest, the director, Anne Gorsaud, was an editor for Francis Ford Coppela and worked on Bram Stoker's Dracula

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