Want a romantic vampire movie that’s not full of pretentious costumed drama or Anne Rice ripoffs? Then you should check out Bite Me. It’s a romantic comedy about vampires in the modern day. No frilly lace and bad accents here!
Naomi Grossman of Ctrl Alt Delete and American Horror Story joined me today to talk about her role in the recently released Bite Me. The film is a joint venture directed by filmmakers Meredith Edwards and Naomi McDougall Jones. Edwards, whose directorial debuted was a project called Imagine I’m Beautiful, captured several film festival awards for the filmmaker.
When Sarah, a real-life vampire, gets audited by the IRS, the last thing she expects to get out of it is a date. But James, her hopelessly romantic IRS agent, thinks she’s other-worldly. As an unlikely attraction sparks between the two misfits, they are forced to confront whether they have the courage to commit the terrifying, radical act of falling in love.
Award-winning Director Meredith Edwards, says of the film:“In this uncertain and emotionally challenging time, I want people to leave Bite Me feeling empowered by the magic of love, laughter, and community; to leave with more joy, optimism and hope. Bite Me teaches us that acceptance for ourselves and one another is made possible through love, and I believe we’re all in need of this message right now.”
To find out more about Naomi Grossman check out her IMDB, official website, TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter.
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