LOS ANGELES —Adult stars Ron Jeremy and Sarah Vandella co-star in an upcoming Lance Polland-directed mainstream sexploi-horror-comedy, “Werewolves in Heat.”
Billed by producers as “The Hangover” meets “Werewolves on Wheels,” with a dash of “American Pie,” “Werevolves in Heat” rocks a grainy "real film" look and so-bad-its-good grindhouse ambiance. Vandella plays a busty blonde she-wolf with a hearty carnal appetite.
“My character is an evil seductress. I go out into the desert, hunting men for food — and when I seduce them, I turn into a werewolf,” Vandella said. “It was an amazing experience to be in this mainstream horror/comedy, and I enjoyed pushing myself to the limit. Enduring the hours of make-up alone to transform me into a werewolf was quite an experience, and I loved every minute of it.”
“Werewolves in Heat” takes place in Death Valley, where drunken college kids can run wild on weekends without fear of the police shutting them down. The small desert town is home to a local biker gang known as the Legion of Outlaws and the MC traffics drugs and prostitution through the quiet community.
According to the synopsis, Death Valley is also a place where getting attacked by a werewolf is nothing out of the ordinary, especially during (duh!) a full moon.
“Werewolves in Heat,” produced by Bad Amigo Films, also stars porn legend Jeremy as the “Enforcer” of the Legion of Outlaws, along with Minchi Murakami, Christopher C. Raff, Ivet Corvea, and Mir Waiss Najibi.
The trailer opens with three unlikely dudes (an Asian, a Yamika-sporting Jew and an arab) hanging out in the desert one day prior to the onslaught of slutty werewolves.
“This weekend is all about rock music and the three W’s: whiskey, weed and women,” Murakami says in the trailer. “I can get you the first two, but the third’s on you,” he tells his friends.
Then the shenanigans really begin. The guys sample Mexcian Viagra, which "makes your dick hard for a week," hot tub with hookers, and even get schooled on the proper way to perform “Hava Nagila” by topless babes.
The film finished principal production last month and is scheduled for release in 2015.
For more information, including additional photos, visit the film’s Facebook page.