Pray for Daylight got a review in the Pioneer Press.
Vampire-hunting, Minnesota style
Think of Blade the Vampire Slayer as a white, whiny and slightly chubby Minnesota woman and you've nailed "Pray for Daylight," a made-on-a-shoestring vampire movie. It's showing at the Riverview Cinema in Minneapolis at 5:30 tonight. Cassie Banning is a vampire hunter. But she's no Wesley Snipes, which is part of the charm in this sometimes-awful - I'm thinking mostly of the fight scenes - but often-amusing film. It's muy Minnesotan in its law-and-order premise, too: Certain vampires are part of the establishment, after a fashion, and must help Banning deal with evil vampire elements to restore serenity in the city. "Pray for Daylight," a work of St. Paul husband-and-wife team Tony and Kristi Bruno, is worth a look if vampires are your thing, and you want to see something new. Get details at www.stonesoupfilms.net. - Julio Ojeda-Zapata
Sometimes awful, often charming. That sounds a lot like me. :)
Note: no gay vampires were harmed in the making of this film.