Can’t get a better title than that! And, funnily enough, if you put ‘Lesbian’, ‘Vampire’ and ‘Twilight’ in a description you get loads of Youtube hits very, very quickly.
Anyway, this is not a sequel to the James Corden/Matt Horne Comedy/Horror but a Twilight-inspired Chinese vampire thriller from Writer/Producer/Director Dennis Law which pitches vampire-hunter Jiang Luxia against an evil vampire Lord in an entertaining, sexy and stylish, action-packed thriller.
In this twilight world the humans live alongside the blood-sucking predators as long as they stick to their diet of small animals. Ar (Jiang Luxia) – a non-vampire and her vampire-girlfriend Max (Chrissie Chau Sau-Na) cohabit happily despite their ‘cultural differences’. But, for Max and her vampire siblings, life is otherwise very dull. They experience no pain, cold, discomfort, touch, or warmth and without the thrill of the kill there is nothing to do except hang upside down in bed all day, think about sex, and loiter around street corners with their vamp-teen friends. However their non-lives are about to get a lot more exciting and very dangerous indeed.
Ar is a vigilante and hunts down the bad-vampires, the ones that feast on human blood so they can be destroyed for the good of the community. Luckily she has a sixth sense – the power to ‘sniff out’ vampires before they sense her. She is also searching for her lost sister Sue who may, or may not, have succumbed to a vampire love bite.
Ar discovers that a vampire lord is on the lose putting her and her vampire friends in danger and vows to track him down. Mung (Yuen Wah) the vampire Lord attacks and sucks dry other weaker (non-human-eating) vampires so he can become stronger and indestructible. We soon discover that Mung has also enslaved Sue to help him trap his victims.
Mung needs Ar out of the way and uses Sue to lure his nemesis into a trap for the ultimate ass-kicking, fang-tastic showdown. Will Ar manage to save her sister, save herself and live happily every after with girlfriend Max – there is only one-way to find out.
Lesbian Vampire Warriors is released by Arrow Films. It will be available to buy on DVD (£12.99) from 25th June 2012.