|German title||Twilight Vamps - Lust At First Bite|
|Original title||Twilight Vamps - Lust At First Bite|
|Country of production||United States|
|Director||Fred Olen Ray|
|script||Fred Olen Ray|
|camera||T. Max Montgomery|
The strip club "Shadows" is located in an old castle and is run by female vampires who seduce their guests and then suck them off. Roger and Jack are work colleagues, and after Roger finds out he is being promoted, they both pay a visit to the strip club. There they meet the two strippers Tabitha and Angela. While Roger and Angela withdraw to the back room, Jack decides to go home because he is in a committed relationship and does not want to cheat on his girlfriend Louise. But she prefers her friends Kyra and Tammy Jack.
After Roger no longer shows up for work the next day and is found dead, Jack comes under suspicion. He then tries to find out what really happened to Roger. His friend Louise leaves him because of her preference for women. Eventually he finds out the secret behind the strip club and tries to fight the vampires.
The film was produced by the production company Retromedia Entertainment . From spring 2010 it was broadcast several times at fixed times and "on demand" under the title "Lust at First Bite" on the Cinemax broadcasting chain. On January 19, 2010 the DVD was released together with Bikini Frankenstein .
The film was shot at the same time as " Bikini Frankenstein ", which can also be seen in a large number of personal overlaps.
According to the intro of the film, the plot is based on a poem by Edgar Allan Poe . However, it is not specifically mentioned which one this should be. In addition, the Detective Ted quotes a phrase from the movie Plan 9 from Outer Space by Ed Wood . The address of the stripper Tabitha (1313 Mockingbird Lane) mentioned in the film is the address of the Munster family from the comedy series The Munsters .
Dr. Gore criticizes the film heavily for its little variation compared to previous films by the director. In particular, the often same line-up does not offer enough variety. Mitch Lovell of The Video Vacuum, on the other hand, sees no disadvantage in this and particularly emphasizes the humorous parts of Twilight Vamps and the allusions to other films. Tars Tarkas awards the film 9 out of 10 points, and Brandin Rackley and the director are particularly praised in a review at HK and Cult Film News .
- HBO and Cinemax schedule for March 2010 , accessed June 14, 2012
- Sexy Good Time in Twilight Vamps, Bikini Frankenstein ( Memento of the original from October 6, 2012 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. by Ryan Turek on December 22, 2009, accessed June 15, 2012
- Interview with Frankie Cullen. (No longer available online.) ObscureHorror.com, June 12, 2010, archived from the original on October 11, 2011 ; Retrieved July 11, 2012 . Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Review of Bikini Frankenstein and Twilight Vamps at HK and Cult Film News on January 29, 2010, accessed June 15, 2012
- Review of Twilight Vamps by Tars Tarkas on February 16, 2011, accessed June 15, 2012
- "Lust at First Bite" review by Dr. Gore's Movie Reviews on September 7, 2011, accessed June 15, 2012
- Review of Twilight Vamps by Mitch Lovell on The Video Vacuum on June 7, 2011, accessed June 15, 2012