Notorious outlaw, Johnny Madrid, escapes the gallows with the hangman’s daughter, Esmeralda. As they seek a safe haven for the night, they come across a remote cantina where where they discover the dark secret of Esmeralda’s lineage.
In a rather dreary steampunk future where vampires have begun to openly and peacefully exist with humanity, a human cop and a vampire cop team up to catch what appears to be a serial killer attempting to destroy that fragile peace. Continue reading →
After Marty’s girlfriend breaks up with him, a group of attractive and mysterious women visit the video rental store at which he works. Soon, Marty and his friends discover that these women are vampires, and it’s up to Marty to stop them. Continue reading →
Otto, an employee of Berm-Tech Industries, Inc., is called into his supervisor, Turner’s office one morning to find one of his co-workers, Mike, sitting in a chair, a stake through his chest. Turner states that he killed Mike because he was a vampire. Obviously, Otto is disturbed by this, as Berm-Tech is owned and operated by vampires, or as they prefer to be called, Netherfolk, and Turner himself is one. Turner, it seems, has contracted an illness which causes him senility, and he has forgotten that he is a Netherfolk. So, he hires a “first lifer,” Jewel, to replace Mike, and further calls in a business advisor, and things become quite complicated. Continue reading →
Dallas, a vampire, returns to L.A. to visit some old friends. While there he picks up a young woman who turns out to be The Hollywood Slasher and brings her home to his friends who adopt her as one of their own. Unknown to Dallas, Dr. Van Helsing has followed him to L.A. and has recruited some quite modern help in his hunt for vampires. Also complicating his visit is a long standing animosity between Dallas and The Count. Continue reading →
As a string of animal attack like murders have been happening in L.A., Emily leases a room in her home to an stranger, Nestor, who turns out to be some sort of werewolf or vampire, and infects Emily. When Emily’s adult son finds out he realizes it is they who have been responsible for the deaths and tries to prevent them from killing any more. Continue reading →
Zero is bored with his existence and his “family,” Alko, Laura, and Kiddo. He has spent decades trying to build up a tolerance for at least a few moments of sunlight by watching the sunrise over the Pacific. Recently, he has been watching Corri, an exotic dancer who also turns tricks at the nightclub, Club Vampire, and single mother. In watching her, he senses her loneliness and hopes she can help him remember how to feel alive. When Laura visits Corri at the nightclub, she gets carried away, accidentally killing and turning Corri. When the rest of the family finds out, they want to dispose of Corri, but Zero chooses to protect her. Continue reading →