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Kiss of a Vampire (2008) online
Original Title :
The Kiss
Genre :
Movie / Horror / Romance
Year :
2008
Directror :
Scottie Madden
Cast :
Lourdes Reynolds,Lendon LeMelle,Valerie Feuer
Writer :
Scottie Madden
Budget :
$265,000
Type :
Movie
Time :
1h 43min
Rating :
5.4/10
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A romantic horror comedy about a Latina Vampire and the 18 year-old boy that raises her from the near-dead. Forever changed are the lives of Jeremy Williams, his family & his high school acquaintances.

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Young Jeremy's life is a daily slog through teenage hell -- his only shields are his iPod and his sour attitude. He doesn't even know that change is possible, let alone that it is coming... that it is inevitable, that it is... his fate. He's about to stumble into an ancient feud between two warring vampyre clans... Santa Maria, the forgotten Queen of the Clan of the Snake has been imprisoned and left for dead in a shallow grave in the desert of Hell. It has taken centuries, but She has finally mustered enough strength to plead loud enough for the right ear to hear... And as Jeremy's love resurrects Santa Maria's corpse from from the wasteland of death, Santa Maria's love for Jeremy raises him from the numbing death of his teenage life. But when Santa Maria needs to move up the food chain to keep her returning strength growing, Jeremy's love is tested... did he really fall in love with a ferocious, predatory monster? Did she ever love him? Is he next on her banquet table? Can love ever...
Cast overview, first billed only:
Lourdes Reynolds Lourdes Reynolds - Santa Maria (as Lourdes Colon)
Lendon LeMelle Lendon LeMelle - Jeremy Williams
Valerie Feuer Valerie Feuer - Katherine Williams
Valerie Richards Valerie Richards - Katherine
Angela Rachelle Angela Rachelle - Carrie White
Andrea Chung Andrea Chung - Violet
Michael Galvez Michael Galvez - Javier
Robyn Jensen Robyn Jensen - Nastya Buscecu
Jack Hill Jack Hill - Mr. Shaw
Jeremy Batiste Jeremy Batiste - Ralphie
Vincent Rivera Vincent Rivera - Fonso
Brandy Maddox Brandy Maddox - Brittany
Noel Signagio Noel Signagio - Sandra
Hannah Cowley Hannah Cowley - Azura
Lindsey Elise Lindsey Elise - Ashley


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Arlelond

Arlelond

It was a pleasure working on this film however I lost my respect when I received absolutely no credit for being the Art director. Not even Art Department. Thanks Guys. Creative idea, great concept. Might have been better if the camp was toned down a little bit. The death scenes were fun could have used some different ideas after awhile it became repetitive. The change in settings was nice, my favorites was how the castle and first scene turned out. Despite my situation with the Director and Producer I do wish them the best and hope to see this concept evolve. The actors did a fantastic job with what was given and are truly talented excited to see how their careers grow.
Ka

Ka

The Kiss is one of the weirdest Horror movies I've ever seen. However, rather than a weakness, the film's weirdness instead becomes one of its greatest strengths. The Kiss is easily the most underrated film of 2008 (Admittedly, a very low bar) and a surprisingly clever and imaginative tribute to B-Horror movies of the 60s and 70s. This is the kind of film that would fit perfectly in a marathon with Frankenstein's Bloody Terror and Dracula A.D 1972. If you go into the film with an appreciation for strangeness and a willingness to forgive a budget comprising of a nickel and a shoestring, you may have a lot fun.

With the minuscule budget of the film, there are bound to be some flaws, and I'll be the first to admit that The Kiss is not a masterpiece. The sound editing is admittedly terrible (With occasional sound effects that are downright cringe worthy; whoever decided to put a record scratch during a comedic moment seriously needs to rethink their creative decisions) and the visual direction and lighting feel amateurish and cheap. While the two lead performances are excellent, the young adult cast of actors around Lendon LeMille leave much to be desired in their performances. Angela Rachelle is especially bad as Carrie, overacting to a laughable degree near the end. The music is a mixed bag; sometimes, its use of thrash metal and Latin R&B is used quite effectively, with an atmospheric and romantically Gothic musical score to match. Other times, the music will feel out of place and cheap. And while the practical effects for most of the film have a real charm, the practical effects used for Santa Maria and Jeremy's vampire jaws at the ending are unacceptably hideous.

The set design for the film is wonderful. From Santa Maria's creepy estate to the barren wasteland of Hell, The Kiss does a great job capturing the spooky, Gothic feel of a 60s or 70s Horror B-Movie you'd catch on Svengoolie. In terms of its set design, The Kiss oozes good, old fashioned Halloween atmosphere from every pore. The film's black humor is absolutely wonderful, insane in the best possible ways. This is the kind of movie where we get a romantic montage set to the hero butchering adorable pets to feed his corpse girlfriend. If that sentence made you smile, you're gonna love the comedy in this film.

Lourdes Colon is absolutely perfect as the beautiful and wise vampire queen, Santa Maria, completely stealing the show. How she hasn't gotten more lead roles is beyond me. She brings such power, intelligence, confidence and elegance to the role. Her facial acting is outstanding and incredibly diverse; she can be seductive, furious, compassionate, strong, vulnerable. Colon's vocal delivery is equally as impressive; her alluring, purring cadence is as commanding as it is sexy, but she's not afraid to harden it in her more intense, angry scenes or show a softer and more open side in her more personal ones. She clearly possesses a great deal of emotional range as an actress and she gets to showcase it all as this wonderful character.

While Lendon LeMelle isn't quite as impressive as his co-star Colon, he still does a great job in his own right. He's able to play the role of an awkward, loser teen while never coming off as overly whiny. LeMelle has solid comedic timing as Jeremy and a convincing and charming cocky streak that's rare in these kind of characters. He was a wise casting decision from a physical standpoint as well; attractive enough to earn the desire of Maria and his classmates, but awkward enough to where we understand why girls initially ignore and mock him. LeMelle's acting in the final 15 minutes of the film are where he really shines, getting to showcase the character's loneliness and unconditional love for a woman he was never meant to be with. He's another actor who deserves better work. His chemistry with Lourdes Colon is also shockingly good, you can really feel the love and obsession these two have for each other in their longing stares and impassioned speech.

Valerie Richards (Who also co-produced the film) does a solid job in a smaller role as Jeremy's mother Katherine. She brings spunk, attitude, charm and charisma to what easily could have been a throwaway role. I wish we had gotten more screentime with her, I liked spending time with her character and I thought she had rather endearing chemistry with LeMelle.

What really makes The Kiss work, however, is the script. What Scott Madden has essentially given us is a coming-of-age romance of a centuries old vampire mentoring a wallflower teen from boyhood to adulthood. It's incredibly satisfying watching Jeremy bloom and prosper under the guidance of Santa Maria, who is just as enlightened and sagacious a mentor as she is caring and smitten a lover. The actual romance between the two is handled just as impressively. The Kiss really goes out of its way to avoid the cliches of this kind of film; Santa Maria and Jeremy behave like actual people would in their crazy circumstances, not like stock caricatures of a horror movie. They bicker, they butt heads, they get frustrated and jealous, but these are still 2 people who deeply love each other. By the time the film ended, I desperately wanted to see more of them together, begging for a sequel that will likely never happen at this point.

For me, The Kiss succeeded at what Trick r' Treat failed to do; creating an off-the-walls weird Horror comedy movie with charming atmosphere and a big imagination. Sure, the highly limited budget may have severely held the film back, but this is still a very impressive film in many aspects given its budgetary limitations. Scott Madden should be proud and I can only hope Lourdes Colon, Lendon LeMelle and Valerie Richards get more career opportunities to let their obvious talents shine.