| Our Rating:
L Factor: Major lesbian content
Short Take: The Beta Alpha Tau (BAT) vampire sorority corrupts everyone on campus and takes their souls. Their initiation involves sex with sorority sisters.
Duration: 85 min
Language: UK, USA/English
|Director: David DeCoteau
Writer: Jana K. Arnold
Starring: Barbara Crampton, Jennifer Holland, Michelle Borth
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Christine (Jennifer Holland) is a new student at Greenway College, and it’s sorority rush week, something she has no interest in. Psychology professor Ms Masters (Barbara Crampton) recognizes that Christine has special psychic powers and enlists her help to stop the sisters of the Beta Alpha Tau (BAT) sorority as they corrupt everyone on campus and take their souls.
Christine joins BAT and soon learns just how seductive sorority president Devin (Michelle Borth) is. Part of the initiation involves sex with Devin and other sorority sisters. Christine watches and resists at first, but then joins in. It’s almost soft core to a beat, but not really, just a lot of lingerie and touching that’s not quite in the right places
So … we learn that Ms Masters is the Keeper of the Light, a vampire hunter whose family has done this for centuries. Devin is an immortal vampire who killed not only Ms Masters’ father, but Christine’s parents as well. Oooh. The sorority initiation ceremony is the time when Devin gives immortality to her ‘sisters and lovers’ and increases their power over men. Conveniently it is also when Devin is at her weakest, and Christine is able to use her powers to blow her to smithereens. But is she really dead?
The plot holes are gigantic, and it’s hard to believe this was made in 2004. I kept expecting Ms Masters to rip her tight blouse off to give the film some redeeming erotic quality, but alas, that never happens. (AB)