Massachusetts-based director/actor/writer Brian Paulin and his friend Rich George starred in this clever but overreaching independent effort, weaving strands of Judeo-Christian mythology with themes seemingly derived from Japanese animé. Two drug dealers are infected with a vampiric virus by female angels united to declare war on humanity and reclaim Earth, which they believe is rightly their own. In an interesting twist, it is the realm of the underworld which comes to the rescue in the form of demons who are perfectly satisfied to have the three worlds co-exist as they are. Several clever ideas aren't fully realized due to budgetary constraints, and some of the proceedings come across as more than a bit silly, but Paulin has certainly come a long way since his debut with 1994's dreadful Reap of Evil.
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