The virgin and repressed Charlotte Hawthorn joins the university from a Catholic school with a scholarship for participating in the fencing team. She shares the room with Nicole and tells that her mother died and she is alone. Charlotte has thalassemia and is forced to use medicine. She gets a job working as a waitress in a coffee shop managed by Chris. Soon she meets the fencing coach, Professor Cole, who is also responsible for the literature classes, and her mate Eliza becomes jealous over his treatment of Charlotte. Soon she has daydreams and the mystic Daciana, who is the owner of a store, explains her fate in the world as a vampire hunter, but Charlotte does not believe in her until her friends die.
Sharon Hinnendael (es) as Charlotte Hawthorn
Victor Webster as Professor Cole / Stefan
Kaniehtiio Horn as Nicole
C.C. Sheffield as Eliza
Chelsey Reist as Sarah Campbell
Robert Moloney as Dr. John Duncan
Ryan Kennedy as Chris
Keegan Connor Tracy as Daciana
Olivia Cheng as Kelly
Claire Smithies as Sorina
Sarah Grey as Young Charlotte
Reviews praised visuals and set location but criticised characters, plot, mythology premise, abrupt ending, limited portrayal of Victor Webster, and over-reliance on female nudity/sexuality, noting it as weak compared to the original and over-similar to the Twilight film series, with Hinnendael possibly plagiarising Kristen Stewart. It has received an aggregate score of 10% on Rotten Tomatoes.