DVD info from Amazon
This was the first of two
Seduction Cinema movies about Van Helsing. Both versions are on the DVD.
Vampire's Seduction is lame, but the entire DVD
package is one of the better releases to date, as this is on
the same disk with Sexy Adventures of Van Helsing, the remake,
which is a good spoof and excellent erotica.
There's also some behind the
scenes documentary, deleted scenes, and commentary. The best
part is the commentary from producer Michael Rasso, who is
also the president of EI Independent Cinema, the parent
company of Seduction Cinema. He gave a very candid view of the
film, and a real insight into making and distributing
In this original version, Van Helsing is a lame guy.
Dracoola tasks him with bringing her lesbians. He spends a lot of
time looking through windows, then poisons Dracoola with garlic.
Dracoola was played by Tina Krause, who was in line to be the main
star at Seduction Cinema. When she decided to stop doing T & A,
Misty Mundae had turned 18, and stepped up to fill the position.
When this was filmed, Misty was only 17, and could not appear in it.
Her older sister, Chelsea, does appear in the oddest of the three
peeping scenes. Chelsea is the authority figure at a slumber party
with two girls credited as Jenna and Janie, and manages to turn it
into a lesbian three way. We also see Kiki Michaels undress, shower,
and rub lotion all over herself, and Paige Turner as a shrink,
and Dawn Monacco as her insecure patient doing a little nude
touching therapy first with her shrink, then with a pizza delivery
All of the women show breasts and buns. The production quality is
not at all good, Lighting was often dismal.
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Based on this description,
this film is a low C-,
and is that high only if you award bad movie points and