Jeffrey Arsenault's low-budget, B&W vampire picture was written in 1984, went into production five years later and was completed in 1993. But it but looks and feels as though it were made ten years earlier; its sensibilities are closer to Nick Zedd's ragged punk provocations than those of THE ADDICTION and NADJA (both 1995), B&W vampire pictures whose grit has an elegant sheen. East-Village bloodsucker Jake (James Raftery) prowls the streets and bars of the Lower East Side, seducing and killing women. But he picks the wrong victim in jewelry designer Zhora Santiago (Karen Wexler). Her older brother, Angel (John Leguizamo), will stop at nothing to find his sister and ...