|Casey Jones In Lust for Dracula|
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Anybody for a sexually explicit (lesbian) vampire movie? If so, 2004's direct-to-video Lust for Dracula should make you very happy. This is Misty Mundae the way you expect Misty Mundae.
There is even a plot, not that it will make any coherent sense, because the movie is all over the place, basically just a bunch of sex scenes with the plot trying (and mostly failing) to glue it all together.
OK, now for the plot. Misty Mundae plays Mina, who is the lover of Julian Wells, whose character's name is Jonathan Harker. That's OK, because she has sex with Mina like she was a man, so she might as well have a man's name, and dress in male clothes. Mina wants a child but can't have one (so she reads bedtime stories and sings lullabies to a potato). Dracula (a female) comes to Mina to take her away from all this, but Mina's sister wants to off Dracula (the ole stake in the heart thing) and claim Jonathan for herself. As nutty as the first 90% of the movie is, the ending is even crazier.
Any of this make any sense to you? Well the potato/baby, possibly, but not the rest. Don't worry. There's plenty of good lesbian sex scenes to take your mind off the so-called "plot".