Release date: 2011
When it comes to gay interest horror films/TV series the bar is, unfortunately, generally set rather low. For instance, whilst the Lair is fun, in a guilty pleasure way, it loses itself in its own campness and its acting is disappointing. It doesn’t have to be that way, of course, as the excellent Bite Marks evidenced.
The reason I mentioned both TV and films is because Vampires: Brighter in Darkness started life as a TV series – of which I caught one or two episodes but missed watching the whole production. It has now been cut into a feature (though in honesty, its two hour running time could have done with some more judicial cutting as it is overlong). Unfortunately it is so low budget that it genuinely struggles and some of the effects would have been better missed out altogether.
|Lilith the dark Goddess|
|Charlotte and Toby later in the film|
|James MacCorkindale as Anthony|
|Lucas and Toby|
|Rhys Howells as Lucas|
The imdb page is here.