Beautiful vampires Goody (Silverstone) and Stacy (Ritter) have been enjoying the good life in New York City. As upstanding, politically correct Extended Life Forms (ELFs), the pair hit a support group, "Sanguines Anonymous," to help curb the temptation of human blood in between their clubbing and dating schedules. When love steals into each of their lives, the pair’s destiny is set on a new course and they must make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality—and maybe much more.
- Anchor Bay Films will distribute in the US.
- Filmed in Detroit, Michigan.
- Alternate synopsis: The modern-day story focuses on beautiful young vampires (Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter) who are living the good nightlife in New York until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality.
- Actress Sigourney Weaver describes her character (a vampire queen) as a "delicious throwback to the old fashioned vampire, who really does enjoy doing what she does."
- Malcolm McDowell plays vampire lord "Vlad Tepish", otherwise known as the infamous "Vlad the Impaler", who apparently enjoys wearing velvet jogging suits and knitting his spare time.
- Zak Orth plays "Renfield", a young nerdy friend of Stacy (Ritter) and Goody (Silverstone), who tries to act tougher than he really is.
- Marilu Henner will play "Angela", an ill woman who gets "awakened" to her former hot self.
- Wallace Shawn will portray "Dr. Van Helsing", a well-known vampire expert and hunter.
- Justin Kirk will portray "Vadim", a Russian vampire always on the prowl for a good time.
- Dan Stevens will portray "Joey Van Helsing", a college student smitten with Stacy (Krysten Ritter).
- Todd Barry will portray "Ivan", blood-thirsty vampire Cisserus’ (Sigourney Weaver) loyal assistant.
- Actor/comedian Richard Lewis plays a former student activist who works as an ACLU lawyer.
- Actress Sigourney Weaver plays "Ciccerus" -- a bloodthirsty vampire queen, who turned the two female leads into creatures of the night.
- Writer/director Amy Heckerling also directed Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Clueless.
- Described as a "romantic horror-comedy".
- No relation to the 1986 film, Vamp.
A UHM staff member has not reviewed this film.