1) Finding out she acts like a badass to hide near paralyzing insecurities which become tiresome quickly no matter how good the sex is.
2) She really is dangerous and you realize, hopefully before you get in way over your head, that getting off in creative ways is not worth the trouble she'll get you into.
The Insatiable takes the latter tack when a nerdy dude falls for a hot vampire. The stalwart geek tries to track the undead vixen and kill her after he sees her munching on a homeless guy like he's an IHOP. And our wannabe hero does find her, but his resolve crumbles at the crucial moment when she unexpectedly pleads for her life. His solution is to catch her and keep her in a cage in his basement. Feeding her bunnies. You can imagine what she thinks about this arrangement.
It's all an interesting set-up, and the concept is well served by Sean Patrick Flanery, surprisingly convincing as the geek, and Charlotte Ayanna bringing the hotness in vampire form. Flanery does a great job of showing the conflict of a good guy trying to do the right thing, but ultimately seeing his self-image break-down as he realizes that there is no satisfying solution to the situation he's entered. Ayanna is particularly outstanding as a predator who makes no excuses, has no illusions, and is well aware of how those "good intentions" must eventually play out. Plus we get the extra treat of Michael Biehn in a small but energetic role as a wheelchair bound, vampire hunting, Vietnam vet.
The trouble with The Insatiable is that all this promise is undone by an inability to decide what kind of movie it wants to be. Is it a vampire/horror flick? Is it a romantic drama? Ultimately it attempts to be both and does a disservice to the interesting elements of either approach in the process. Add to that some massive plot holes - a guy building a floor to ceiling, living room sized steel cage in the basement of an apartment building with no one noticing for instance - and you end up with an admirable mess of a movie.
Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround
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