Night radio host Sam is in love with Emily. Afraid of showing his feelings he rejects her advances – to a point. Plagued by alcohol addiction and depression, he also has a less worldly problem: He (and the others) are vampires who are keen to hide this from the new station manager. All is explained in this black comedy.
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