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UltraHeroix is a fairly new producer of heroine themed videos.  I didn’t get a chance to see their first film, Ultradomination, but I have seen the company’s new video, Devla: Vampire Sorceress, featuring a heroine called Lady Ultra.  It’s a very low budget video that reminds me of the very early efforts from a few other companies, and despite the fairly low production values, I enjoyed the video, and I’m excited to see a new company entering the scene.

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The video begins with a robbery in progress at a location where the villainess, Devla, soon makes her appearance.  After a nice evil speech in which we learn a little bit about Devla’s evil intentions and meet her “minion,” our heroine Ultra Lady arrives to do battle.  A brief fight scene ensues, which I liked, mostly because of Lady Ultra’s reactions.  It’s a very short scene, but pretty good, in my opinion.

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The villains bring an unconscious Lady Ultra to their lair and place her on a table where they plan to drain her powers (for the benefit of Devla).  I won’t give away any more of the plot, but I’ll say that I enjoyed this video despite its flaws.

As I said, this is a very low budget heroine film, so you shouldn’t expect technical quality along the lines of InJustice Girl 2 or The Battle for Earth.  This company is just starting out, and I think it’s fun to see what a new company can produce with a tiny budget and lots of enthusiasm.  I think the heroine looks great, and I enjoyed the performance of the actress who plays Devla.  I also appreciate the ethnically diverse cast of characters (which I think this genre could use more of).  In addition to all of that, I think it’s interesting to see vampire characters doing battle with superheroines.  I can’t think of another video where that’s the case.

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On the down side, I suppose I would have preferred more action (maybe a more extended fight scene) and perhaps some more peril, but I think this is a solid effort from UltraHeroix.  Since this is one of the company’s first videos, it’s a little “rough around the edges,” but is an interesting little story with an attractive heroine.  Not to mention that the video is $14.95, much cheaper than most new videos in the genre.  So, I recommend checking out this new company.  I think these guys have a lot of potential, and I’m looking forward to their next videos.

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any stomach punches or low blows on this one? Does she cry out when she gets her powers drained?

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