Embrace The Darkness III

"Terrible"

Embrace The Darkness III Review


Okay, don't ask why we're reviewing Embrace the Darkness III. The studio sends the tapes, we watch them, we tell you what we think.

There's no mystery that EtD3 (as I like to call it) is poor. I've never seen Embrace the Darkness or Embrace the Darkness II, and I've never heard of its star Brooke Larele before today. She's cute enough and has no trouble stripping out of her increasingly impossible costume choices, but boy could she use an acting lesson.

As "pure vampire" named Jennifer (truly immortal, that Jennifer), Larele stars as a conflicted urbanite who can't control her lust for either blood or booty calls, but an old vampire master named Victor (Ty Winston) offers to help her out. Turns out Vic wants her blood himself so he can become a "pure vampire," and the press is on the case, too!

Will she shun the sex parties and take the straight and narrow or will she descend further into debauchery? Dunno, but she'll be topless along the way.

It's unfortunate that the gore is lame in EtD3, but it's even worse that the erotica isn't even compelling. The story is utter nonsense, the acting is straight out of highschool theater class (the first day of class, really), and only a few funky vampire-baking-in-the-sun effects make you give the movie any of your attention.

So, as if there was any doubt: This movie bites.

So to speak.



Facts and Figures

Run time: 2 mins

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer: Jennifer M. Byrne

Starring: Chelsea Blue as Jennifer, as Victor, as Sean, as Anna, Lyn Mahler as Sybil, Kent Kasper as Sullivan, Holly Hollywood as Blonde, Allison Beal as Gigi, Sasha Peralto as Ingenue, Tristen Coeur D'Alene as Jack, Mia Zottoli as Ivy


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