Embrace the Darkness II is an American horror film of the erotica and vampire fantasy subgenres. It is the second of three films in the Embrace the Darkness movie series and follows 1999's Embrace the Darkness. It is followed by Embrace the Darkness III. The film was directed by Robert Kubilos and written by Edward Gorsuch and April White. It was distributed through Indigo Entertainment and released direct to home video on January 22nd, 2002. The movie stars Renee Rea as the main character, Jennifer Slaine. Supporting cast members in the film include John Maryland, Sean Vossler, Tristen Coeur D'Alene, Jezebelle Bond, April Flowers and Katie Lohmann.

Plot Edit

Jennifer Slain has been unwillingly indoctrinated into eternal life as a vampire. When they see that her hunger for primal sex is rivaled only by her thirst for blood, the other vampires show her a training ground where mortals serve only to satisfy the vampires' sexual desires and carnal hunger. And now Jen's boyfriend, with the help of a vampire hunter, devises a plan to save her. But they may be in over their heads because danger and passion are the only laws when the dark creatures come out to embrace the darkness. [1]

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • Two versions of this film have been released direct-to-video. The standard Region 1 DVD release received an r-rating while the unrated version of the film contains more explicit material.

DVD chapter index Edit

  1. Introduction
  2. First Taste
  3. For the Taking
  4. Satisfy Your Hunger
  5. I Can Teach You
  6. Come Into My Lair
  7. Good Enough to Eat
  8. Dark Passions
  9. Tainted
  10. End Credits

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References Edit

  1. DVD plot summary; back cover.

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