This quaintly romantic low-budget vampire film from notorious Troma Studios involves the plight of a naive country girl (Rachel Gordon) whose first venture into the Big Apple leads to degradation and humiliation at the hands of heartless city slickers. Her destiny changes radically when she falls into the arms of charming hundred-year-old vampire Robespierre (Brendan Hickey), who is instantly smitten. Learning of the abuse she has suffered, Robespierre seeks bloody retribution on the louts responsible. Though slow-moving at times, this film benefits from a fairly involving story and a few twists unique to the vampire genre, and is remarkably tasteful in comparison to Troma Studios' typical gross-out product. — Cavett Binion

    Rachel Golden - Viola
    Brendan Hickey - Robespierre
    Ted Zalewski - Gluttonshire
    Deborah Carroll - Olivia
    Temple Aaron - Portia
    David Dunton
    Kathryn Karnes
    Marcus Chase
    Steve Monahan
    Ken Skeer
    Rit Friedman