How bad is it? It's an unfunny send-up of bad B movies.
Should you see it? You'd have to be really really desperate, but that title is so...so...enticing.
Written by B movie starlet Brinke Stevens, this has bad movie stalwarts, including former TV host Zacherley and Debbie Rochon and a musical number. What it doesn't have is violence of any sort and there's no nudity, thought the film has the stars of such films as "Vampire Lesbian Kickboxers," "Vampire Call Girls," "Vampire Vixens," and, well you get the idea. The film has all the conventions of poor acting, poor script, poor direction and editing and cheap pops and make-up; while it tries to pretend it's making fun of such things, it fails to entertain. The jokes are delivered poorly and fall flat.