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Blood Angels

Blood Angels ★ Thralls 2005 (R)

Ashley (Baruc) left her bad home life to hang with her big sis—who, it ends up, is part of a group of half-vampire, half-human gal pals. The girls fill their human blood quota by tempting men to a club run by their oppressive master, Mr. Jones (Lamas), who won't give them full vampire powers, so they decide to use Ashley to give him the boot. 98m/C VHS, DVD . CA Lorenzo Lamas, Siri Baruc, Sonya Salomaa, Crystal Lowe, Leah Cairns, Fiona Scott, Lisa Marie Caruk, Monica Delain; D: Ron Oliver; W: Lisa Morton, Brett Thompson; C: David Pelletier. VIDEO

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