Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Resident Seduction Cinema softcore director John Bacchus (The Erotic Witch Project) returns to the lesbian vampire fray with much better results than he achieved in his 1998 foray, The Vampire's Seduction. Anoushka stars as Wendy, a beautiful prostitute who lives with her equally gorgeous (and extremely jealous) girlfriend (Darian Caine). The trouble begins when Wendy is drawn under the spell of the exotic Alexis (Jade DuBoir), who soon turns her on to the obsessive erotic world of lesbian vampirism. Not as bloody (or erotic) as many of the European variations on the theme (notably Vampyres and Le Rouge aux Lèvres), this film exists primarily for its titillation value, shying away from its darker elements in typically American frat-boy fashion. Still, it seems somewhat pointless to analyze the appeal of simulated lesbianism by clearly disinterested actresses to heterosexual male viewers at this late stage of the subgenre's development. Suffice it to say that fans should find this slick, admittedly arousing effort all in good, harmless fun, and will likely seek out more of Seduction's extensive line of similar films, such as The Erotic Mirror, The Sexy Sixth Sense, and Play Mate of the Apes.