DVD Review: My Stepdad’s A Freakin’ Vampire

My Stepdad's A Freakin' Vampire!

Thank you again, MVD, for another stellar horror flick only a mother could love. MVD’s movies/DVDs are an acquired taste, and I acquire a good deal of them for review.

In “My Stepdad’s A Freakin’ Vampire” teenager Rusty doesn’t like his stepdad. He makes this obvious through both words and actions. The story starts with his mom leaving for a business trip, leaving son and stepdad alone for a few days.

We learn, as the movie progresses, that Rusty is the class clown, an aspiring magician and he is rebellious. If you can get through the slow pace of this movie to the 15 minute mark, you will see a mailman visit Rusty’s stepdad. The next scene shows the nightly news playing on the television, a broadcast about a local mailman gone missing. Suspicious, eh? The movie goes slow… that first 15 minutes feels like 30 minutes… but it does get somewhat interesting. So keep watching.

After Rusty discovers the missing mailman in his attic he begins to suspect his stepdad of foul play. Rusty looks like a fool though when the cops come and find nothing but a dead rat in a trap in the attic. Where did the body go? Oh, you’ll find out soon enough!

What happens next? The mailman returns, from the dead, looking to take a bite out of Rusty and his friend. Will Rusty find out what his stepdad is? Will he survive? Watch it and find out!