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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Queer Culture Cinema
  • Release Date: Nov. 15 2011
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SPECIAL FEATURES - Director audio commentary - Director and cast audio commentary - Interview with actor Windham Beacham - Interview with actor Benjamin Lutz - Gag reel - Production photo gallery - Behind-the-Scenes SYNOPSIS While backpacking across the country, bickering gay couple Cary and Vogel decide to speed up their trek by hitchhiking instead. That s when fate brings them Brewster, a sexually-confused trucker who picks the pair up on his way to delivering a shipment of coffins. After a few strokes of bad luck, the mismatched trio ends up lost and broken down in an abandoned junkyard. Though surviving a night of petty fights and sexual tension seems tough enough, the nightmare is only just getting started as strange noises in the back of the truck reveal the presence of five bloodthirsty vampires... Mark Bessenger s directorial debut puts a smart, sexually charged spin on a genre that s been all but sucked dry. With buckets of blood, biting humor, and horrific thrills that pay homage to bloodsucker classics, Bite Marks is a fast-paced, sharp-tongued horror comedy that pushes sexual boundaries.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9d896e10) out of 5 stars 40 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dd22fa8) out of 5 stars Cute horror-comedy about gay party boys taking on country vampires. Jan. 29 2012
By Bob Lind - Published on
Format: DVD
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.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dbdbd98) out of 5 stars Hot Gay Guys vs. Vampires Nov. 25 2011
By 1981bendover - Published on
Format: DVD
Bite Marks is a horror-comedy with a twist: two of the main characters are a gay couple and the other one is confused. All of them are hot. Well, at least I thought so. Bite Marks is just slightly above average. It's one of those movies that is too light to work as horror and too dark and never outright hilarious to work as a comedy. It works best as a gay drama, actually. The scenes where one of the gay guys is trying to seduce the confused guy are hot and really got my motor running. I'd slightly recommend Bite Marks for those looking for a different kind of vampire movie, and it's certainly better than the awful Vampire Boys, another gay-themed vampire movie.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eaa31bc) out of 5 stars Fun, silly way to pass time Feb. 20 2012
By M. S. Price - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"Hellbent" remains the best gay horror film of the past decade, and "Into the Lions Den" has more suspense, but "Bite Marks" definitely should be part of your collection if you like a mix of humor, horror and gay sexual subtext. It's silly fun, well cast and kept me laughing or at least smiling up until the end. David Alanson is particularly funny as the rascal boyfriend that gay men hate themselves for loving. He needs to be cast in more films.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dc022f4) out of 5 stars But I HATE horror films Jan. 15 2012
By Jack JustJack - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The animated opening credits were amazing, the story was very, very clever, the editing made perfect sense, and the camera work was great--a real grand slam, especially when achieved in a small, independent film. It was truly a delight to watch Bite Marks--they all did outrageous work. I don't think I'll ever sit though a strictly-horror film, but this film was hilarious. Thank you Mark Bessinger for putting your thoughts to film.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dcd21c8) out of 5 stars Another Flop For Gay Cinema -- As If There Weren't Already Enough! April 18 2014
By Joel Kovacik - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
For those of you who relish the unspeakable exhilaration of feeling let down, infuriated, indignant, sorely disappointed from having wasted time and money on some offbeat piece of cinematic stupidity -- especially after having watched a tantalizing, inflatedly positive trailer about it -- then I promise, without reservation, "Bite Marks" will serve your need most admirably.

While the opening animated credits were admittedly first-rate in terms of both their quirky artistry and "promise of things to come," those of you cursed with an unyieldingly discriminating nature, requiring at least a modicum of quality production in a film, will doubtless wind up tossing "Bite Marks" into the nearest available trash can.

Uh, oh! In a last-minute qualm of conscience, I fear that David Alanson Bradberry's pretty little face compels me to award the film an extra quarter star. I should have quit while ahead.

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