Devla: Vampire Sorceress from UltraHeroix.com

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.

Download Devla: Vampire Sorceress at UltraHeroix.com

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

  2. There are a few stomach punches during the short fight scene towards the beginning. I liked her reactions. The scene is pretty short, however, so it may not be worth purchasing the video just for that scene. No low blows. When her powers are drained, she kind of moans and writhes around, but I wouldn’t say she cries out.

  3. I want to thank you for the review and I take all feedback as positives to help improve our product. I like the feel that we have our ow identity and I feel good to see how much growth we will have in future, we are improving and learning as we go. I am already working the suggestions and feedback I received into the upcoming videos.

    We had a setback this past week, due to web hosting and merchant issues but I am happy to say that those issues are fixed and the videos are available to be purchased again.

    Thanks and I hope folks continue to check us out,
    Da Jinx