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Yeah, wow, what a strange little film. Made on a shoestring budget and visibly so, this one was quite interesting, although it was a little tough to sit through at times due to its poor film quality. The strength lies solely in the story, as most of this film takes place within the confines of the Baxter home. The family is fractured to begin with, as they have a gay son, a goth daughter and a Brady-esque sister. The goth sister actually casts a curse on her sister with animal entrails and everything, and pretty much takes it back when her sister shoes up as a vampire after dying from an apparent nosebleed. Of course, this movie has its own vampire rules too- if the vampire doesnít eat often enough, they go crazy and bloodthirsty. Can the family sustain the rebirth of their daughter as a member of the undead?