Written by Mr. Mouseburger 9th Apr 2006
Kindly submitted by Mr. Briggs Inc.
After fleeing from a losing fight with vampire Jerry Dandridge, so-called "vampire-killer" Peter Vincent, flees to main protagonist, Charlie Brewster's house in hopes of finding a telephone, only to find that the phone line has been cut. He screams out for Mrs. Brewster, to inform her of this fact, only to find a friend of Brewster's, "Evil" Ed Thompson, is in the house, and has turned into a vampire, complete with protruding fangs and a bloody Cross-mark in his forehead (received earlier when Vincent got a lucky hit in with a crucifix).
Ed menacingly comes close to Vincent who darts down the hallway. Ed turns into a wolf and pursues him, but luckily for Vincent, when Ed pounces, he misses and crashes into the railings on the stairs, causing them to splinter and he falls from the banister to the floor with a wooden railing-support impaled into him.
Still a wolf, Ed barely manages to crawl his way under the stairway, where he slowly turns from wolf into a half-wolf (in a scene that rivals An American Werewolf in London’s transformation) to vampire, back to human. As he lies dying, the blistered cross-burn vanishes into nothing while Peter is forced to watch the gruesome process.
However, in a strange and perhaps not entirely canonical scene at the end, red eyes are seen in the main vampire's home, while Charlie Brewster makes love to Amy Peterson. "HA-HAAA! You're so COOL Brewster!" shouts Ed's voice.