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Aleta: Vampire Mistress is a Horror Movie by Phil Condit.

An upscale Halloween Party is crashed by robbers who demand everyone give them their valuables. Said robbery is then foiled by a mysterious figure in a Black Cloak who kills them both. Later on, a sleepover is crashed by some fanged women, most of the girls are killed, and one is missing. What do these two events have in common? Well, both had victims who's bodies were drained of all their blood.

That's right. Vampires. But these aren't just any vampires. These are vampires who serve Aleta (Ange Maya), the very first vampire to ever exist.

Now, government agent Dan Higgins (Beau Nelson) must team up with a psychic named Ariana (Laura Cotenescu), and Ivor Helsing (Garrett Brawith) to track down Aleta and put an end to her evil. That's what Ivor and Ariana are in it for, anyway. Agent Higgins, meanwhile, has an ulterior motive.


The film was released on April 27th, 2012.

Aleta: Vampire Mistress contains examples of:

  • Antagonist Title: Aleta, the Big Bad of the movie, is the first ever vampire.
  • Black Cloak: Aleta wears one at the Halloween Party.
  • Depraved Bisexual: In the montage of Aleta having sex with people, then killing them, her lovers are shown to be made up of men and women.
  • Eye Scream: After being betrayed by Joerg Von Helsing, Aleta rips out one of his eyes and puts it in the wound he gave her, so he can watch her kill all his descendants.
  • In a Single Bound: When one of the robbers at the party makes a run for it around the family swimming pool, Aleta jumps over it.
  • In the Hood: Aleta's cloak has a black hood.
  • The Lost Lenore: Aleta killed Ivor's wife some time before the start of the movie.
  • No-Sell: When Aleta approaches the robbers at the party, one of them tries shooting her. It doesn't work.
    • Also, unlike her underlings, Aleta can't be killed by driving a stake through her heart.
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  • Older Than They Look: Aleta has been on Earth since Ancient China, but doesn't look anywhere near it.
  • Psychic Powers: Ariana has these. She can use them to track people with just a photo of them, and look into peoples' memories.
  • Strip Poker: The girls at the slumber party decide to play a game of this, much to the host's chagrin.


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