DVD Bite Marks

DVD Bite Marks
DVD Bite Marks

Run time: 84 min
Rating: 4.1
Genres: Comedy | Horror
Director: Mark Bessenger
Writers: Mark Bessenger
Stars: Benjamin Lutz, Windham Beacham, David Alanson Bradberry
Truck-driver Brewster takes over his missing brother’s delivery of a load of coffins to a funeral home. He picks up hitchhiking gay couple Cary and Vogel whose relationship is in trouble to help him stay awake but when his GPS leads them into a deserted junkyard, his truck breaks down, stranding them. NIght falls, and the coffins reveal blood-thirty vampires. Now the mismatched trio must barricade themselves in the cab of the truck and try to survive until dawn… Written by the screenwriter
Plot Keywords: truck, coffin, vampire, gay, gay couple
Country: USA
Release Date: 17 June 2011 (USA)


  1. Since no one reviewed this, I decided I would since I made the first thread and a few people are at least talking about this, so might as well review it.

    First off, this is a genre movie that targets a certain demographic (See above if you don't know what i'm getting at. It's a rare "gay" horror comedy. When I first watched this, I didn't know that.

    Knowing what it is about, and not taking it too seriously, this could be OK for people into this kind of thing.

    The movie was on a shoestring budget, with only about 2 locations, and a few actors. One of them is the guy who played "Evil Ed" in Fright Night, which i'm sure will attract some to this.

    Basically, there's a gay couple and an in the closet "straight guy" in a truck with coffins in the back. Of course we all know what comes out of the coffins. They did do some creative things with the vamps, at least I will give them that.

    Most of the jokes fall flat and it's totally schlocky, but that is what it is aiming for I guess. It wasn't for me, and if you don't like things of this type, i'd suggest you miss it.

    The director or anyone representing this is missing, but I have a feeling one of them posted on the boards.. This probably won't even be picked up for distribution.

    I gave this a 4/10 because I did watch it all the way through, because of what they did with the vamps, and a few of the jokes were OK, but most fell flat.

    At first when I didn't know what this was supposed to be, I rated it lower. But if you want a silly movie to watch with some throwback references and homages, this might pass some time for you one night.

  2. Okay so this is by no means an award winning feature… I'm not even sure if you could call it a B title but I rather enjoyed it for the most part.

    YES, it is cheesy! YES, it is lacking a budget! YES, it is not a masterpiece!

    But it is fun… David Alanson does a good job in his first feature role. And he's not bad on the eyes either. Windham Beacham, veteran of gay cinema, plays Alanson's lover and Benjamin Lutz in his second feature holds own as well.

    What I found rather interesting was the appearance of Stephen Geoffreys whom I have not seen in a feature since the 80's. Geoffreys' had left main stream cinema for a career in the adult industry for many years, under the names Sam Ritter and Stephan Bordeaux, and believe it or not was quite good as a hunky well chiseled power bottom.

    Is this something to run out in a panic to see? No… but it is worth a watch on Netflix or a rental on an otherwise boring night.

    I gave it 6 out of 10.

  3. I am not big fan of vamps movies however this movie was horror/comedy!

    The movies about two gays guys who are on trip and they get a ride with the trucker who carrying coffins in the truck.

    The movie takes a while for anything to real happen and the first half hour of the movie, the first scene in the movie we see Trucker and his girlfriends and soon later. about other 20 Min's the guys having sex in toilet, when tucker stops for some lunch!

    With that out the way, the movie really get started after 30mins mark,then they found out there are some creatures, the couple makes some comments about Dawn of the dead both! old and remake, they find out that are they vampires.

    This movie makes it's own rules long the way, which l liked!

    Really liked the fact that your Urine could kill a vampire which I found really funny and never seen before, they are some really funny moments and they are some silly moments, which are little too baby-ish something that you will see in kids TV show.

    Acting was okay but the vampires were not scary at all but I never found vampires scary anyway (Expect for the Boy at the window in Salem's lot ) make up effect were really poor for the vampires.

    It's was a fun movie 5 out of 10, it's not avoid movie at all but don't rush it out to see either as it's just another An average horror movie.

  4. Truck-driver Brewster takes over his missing brother's delivery of a load of coffins to a funeral home. He picks up hitchhiking gay couple Cary and Vogel whose relationship is in trouble to help him stay awake but when his GPS leads them into a deserted junkyard, his truck breaks down, stranding them.

    Stephen Geoffreys (known to you either as a child star in horror or an adult star in gay porn) makes an appearance. I suppose that gives this film some sort of reason to see it, but not much.

    Really, if you want to see gay vampires, see "Vampire Boys". While this film is (believe it or not) better made, "Vampire Boys" is clearly intended more for the gay audience. This one tries to appeal to all with some topless girl… I will give them a point for referencing Cary Elwes, but then take that point away for ripping off the "Gremlins" theme song.

    Oh, and if you are at all homophobic, this is not the film for you. There is a scene that should not be bothersome, but if guys loving guys makes you squeamish, you will hate it.

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