Cary has professed his love to gay party boy Vogel, but the best he can get out of his lover is a "Me, too." They are on an extended country hike, hopefully to strengthen their relationship, but decide to hitch a ride with Brewster, a good 'ol boy trucker hauling some caskets to a funeral home. (Cue spooky music.) Their trip ends with mechanical problems, broken down in a scrap metal yard in the middle of nowhere. Night falls, and the vampires come out! Oh, my.
I'll admit being a big fan of really cheesy horror films, and this is actually better than most of that genre I have seen, with an impressive animated title sequence, capable acting and photography, great music, and - most of all - a script that doesn't take itself too seriously. With their knowledge of vampires a contradicting mess based on various movies they have seen, the boys plot with Brewster to survive the night, and hope that help comes with the dawn. It's a cute approach, kind of like a gay "An American Werewolf in London." Not rated, but would be an R for violence and simulated sex; DVD promises many extras, including interviews, a behind the scenes, and a gag reel. I give it four stars out of five.