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Sixteen-year old Raven Highgate is not your average teenager, she is a vampire and this is her umpteenth time attending a new high school to keep her identity hidden. But when a local cop reveals she knows Raven's secret and offers to introduce Raven to others of her kind in exchange for help catching a murderer loose in the school, Raven has no choice but to accept. . .but at what cost?Written by
It says she's a 116 year old vampire. Yet she states in the movie that she was born August 11, 1922. That's 93. She even says to her "guardian" that she's 92. See more »
At the beginning of the movie we see Raven running on the treadmill at 155 mph, yet at the end of the movie when she goes after the SUV, she takes the time to get on her motorcycle and chase it. Clearly she could outrun the SUV. See more »
[Mac discovers that Raven has been pushing the proverbial envelope to get the goods on a murderous "Sugar" - designer-narcotic, that is - ring which the police want located]
... I ought to ground you over this.
Are you listening to yourself? Remember, I'm old enough to be your mother!
GRAND-mother. I haven't been around *that* long.
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Raven (Tiera Skovbye) is a vampire who will always be 16. She has superpowers and she can really fight. Police detective Mac Roth (Andrea Roth) comes knocking with an offer. There was a mysterious death at a snobby private high school and Mac wants her to go investigate undercover. In exchange, Mac is willing to introduce her to others of her kind.
I like the concept of this Lifetime TV movie. It's more of a TV pilot wannabe. I can see the potential TV series. However there are a couple of things that need to improve before that happens. Tiera Skovbye is certainly beautiful, fights convincingly, and plays moody teenager well. She doesn't necessarily have a big acting range. There are some real good young actors playing the other students. I wonder if Siobhan Williams would actually be better as the lead. Tyler Johnston, and Richard Harmon are both very special actors. The acting is almost there. The style is another matter. It is strictly low rank TV production. It has no style. And the writing lacks a certain snap. The dialog needs some help. The special effects can also use more money. There are a few too many weak points.
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