17 March 2011 | stalking-divinity
Lust at First Bite
Twilight Vamps/Lust at First Bite is a typical Retromedia softcore, with a mostly familiar cast and decent production values for the genre. Out of the four Retromedia movies of the year it came out in, I think it was the weakest, but still quite good.
The storyline involving Beverly Lynne didn't seem to go anywhere at all other than as a slight gag. This isn't a big deal considering nobody watches this type of movie for the plot, but generally this production company tends to have more coherent story lines so it felt a little odd.
It was great to see Christine Nguyen in a villain role for a change, her hateful little laugh was the perfect mix of adorable, sexy, and evil. Once again I think her scene with Frankie Cullen stole the show, but her scene with Tony Marino was good as well.
Brandin Rackley is, hands down, the best actress in these movies currently. She may get a little goofy sometimes with the accents, but she actually has a significant range. Also, I normally tend to like the much bustier girls, and while there weren't any really big chested ones in this movie, Brandin was filling out her bustier exceptionally well.
Beverly Lynne's role seemed a little random and extraneous, but she did a fine job with it.
Frankie Cullen had several quite funny lines, especially towards the end, and Tony Marino's wobblers line was pretty funny as well. I especially liked the expired holy water bit.
As usual, the hardcore girls were more throwaway eye candy than anything. There are a couple of hardcore girls that can act very well, but the ones this time didn't have enough of a role to really show if they could or not.