Director: Adam Randall
Year Released: 2021
College student Benny (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.), who writes papers for other students, takes over one of his brother's gigs chauffeuring two very wild women around, Zoe (Lucy Fry) and Blaire (Debby Ryan), and before he knows it he's in the middle of a gang war with Vampire King Victor (Alfie Allen) out to wipe out his rivals. There's certainly been no shortage of movies of 'this kind' with their "nocturnal combat" angle - I'm thinking of Kate, Jolt, Gunpowder Milkshake, Vanquish, etc. - and this has nothing to set it apart from its peers: it not only does a poor job trying to explain itself (it has something to do with a "truce" between vampires and humans) but it then has the cajones to just ... lollygag around in between the all-too-brief fighting scenes. Was it in Sydney Sweeney and Megan Fox's contracts that they were only to be in it for five minutes, collect a check, and then spend the rest of the evening partying at Bar Sinister?