Vladimir Dracula III is a relative to the original Dracula of Transylvania. He lives in the US in the 21 century and has a big problem. First of all he is bald, has pointy elf like ears, fangs, he is very pale, hunched over, and can not get a woman to save his life! Secondly people are being attacked by vampires and the police think he is doing it. They have no evidence but continue to harass him. So Vlad decides to get a lawyer. That is when Rebekah arrives to represent him.
Vlad falls madly in love with her, but with everything else in his life, another problem appears. Tony, her obnoxious, idiot boyfriend! Not only is he disrespectful to Rebekah, he wastes no time making fun of Vlad's appearance.
Vlad is not the only vampire in town. He lives with three beautiful vampire women who find victims for him. He doesn't like to attack any more so they do it for him. Meanwhile an evil vampire, who sneaks around the woods at night attacking people, makes it look like Vlad is the attacker.
Vlad fights his hardest to get Rebekah but will have to fight even harder when Rebekah is eyed by the Evil Vampire Woman and must face trouble from a jealous Tony.
Will he get the girl of his dreams? Will he prove his innocence? Will he stop the vicious vampire? Will he save the one he loves before it is too late? Will he grow hair? Find out in the very funny and spooky Nosferatu's Crush
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The film synopsis is so complex I'm not even going to bother trying to explain it. I'm still left a bit confused by the ending and what actually happened in the movie. Yet I gave it three stars due to the effort made within this film. The nosferatu character was fun to watch. The girls were gorgeous. The comedy was there and was pretty good. Camera quality wasn't too bad although you felt as though the cameraman had take the day off and left the new guy in charge
I just wish they had done more with the characters at their disposal. None of the vampire victims seemed to turn and they had a cast of nice looking women who delivered their dialogue well but seemed disappointed by the quality of the film they were in
It is worth a watch if you are a vampire fan like me, but don't go out of your way to see it - there are films like this on youtube
Why give this super-low budget production FIVE STARS? After all, the movie is often quite silly, but it grew on me. I found myself laughing suddenly even though I did not intend to like the movie at all. Finally, I gave in to the simple, sick charm of NOSFERATU'S CRUSH. The girls were beautiful, the acting was funny and cute even though overdone at times. And the stupidity of the female lawyer's boyfriend never achieved even a two-digit IQ.
Of course Drac III's ancestor, the original Vlad Dracula, lived all of "two hundred" years ago--or so the characters in this film keep saying. Any vampire fan can tell you Vlad lived a lot longer than 200 years ago. The FBI vixens are also rather good at comedy and provide some hilarious diatribes against the evil of vampires.
The contrast between the idealistic attorney and the lustful, slavering, ass-worshipping, pointy-eared DRAC III made for some precious scenes in this ribald comic vamp flick.