When gangsters meet vampires, there’s bloody hell to pay…
Directed by Timothy Friend
Tiffany Shepis as Bonnie
Trent Haaga as Clyde
Jennifer Friend as Annabel
Allen Lowman as Dr. Loveless
Russell Friend as Dracula
Given a story about Bonnie & Clyde with Dracula thrown into the mix, one would expect a huge bodycount and blood flowing like water. One would be wrong with that assumption. I fully expected a semi-serious film with a high bodycount and a lot of ultra-sexy Tiffany Shepis.
Tiffany Shepis, who pulled off a decent role as Bonnie is still as sexy as ever, but the relationship between Bonnie and Clyde, played by Trent Haaga, was not done very well. Clyde came off as a bumbling fool with Bonnie being the brains of the operation. Oh, and if you were wondering, yes she is amazingly sexy.
I would have really liked to have director Timothy Friend really explore a lot of avenues with this film. It really could have been a bloodbath, but much of the movie works on character development and leaves out the action and the blood. There were a ton of very interesting possibilities that could have been tried out with this period piece, but unfortunately, none of those were really attempted until the finale of the movie where there was a battle that was anything but epic.
All in all, the movie could have been better, but could also have been far worse, so it is definitely worth a watch for Tiffany Shepis fans.