Blonde Heaven (1994)

35mm film, colour

An American horror film directed by David DeCoteau using the pseudonym Ellen Cabot. It was made in 1994 but not released until 2001 when it was issued on DVD.

Plot Summary

The model and escort agency Blonde Heaven is secretly run by a coven of . Newly arrived from Oklahoma and with dreams of an acting career, Angie signs up with the agency and is targeted by the coven's leader, Illyana. Meanwhile, Angie's boyfried Kyle has teamed up with a team of vampire hunters and is tracking her down, planning to destroy the coven.


* = uncredited

Directed by: Ellen Cabot [real name: David DeCoteau]
© 1994 Torchlight Entertainment
Cult Video presents
Executive Producer: Charles Band *
Produced by: Karen L. Spencer
Line Producer: Cynthia Margulis
Associate Producer: Jerry Goldberg
Written by: Mark Millenko, Kenneth J. Hall, Matthew Jason Walsh
Director of Photography: James Lawrence Spencer
Edited by: Paul Petschek
Music Composed by: Reg Powell
Sound Mixer: D.J. Ritchie
Costume Designer: Dennis McCarthy
Key Makeup Artist: Palah Sandling
SPFX Makeup: Mike Deak
Production Designer: John Zachary

Julie Strain (Illyana)
Michelle Bauer (Amanda Blackwell)
Joe Estevez (Carl Bibbs)
Alton Butler (Kyle)
Jason Clow (Pluto)
Mary Tudor (Natasha)
Danny Dallas (Lance)
Scott Anthony (Silvio)
Monique Parent (Viva)
Theodora Dahl [real name: Linda Holdahl] (Josephina )
Paul Fow (Al Missirian)
Tamara Carrera (Dee)
David Scarpello (Vincent)
Hutch Williams (Billy)
Barak Schurr (lead guitarist)
Bobby Young (drummer)
Raelyn Saalman (Angie)
Janine Stillo (Megan)
Mark Buchwald (coven member)

Alternative Titles

Dressed for Dark – working title
Feuchte Zone L.A. – German television title
Morgana – US DVD title
Morganna – US video title
Sangue No Paraíso – Brazilian title

Includes extracts from
Bloodstone: Subspecies II (1993)
Trancers III (1992)

Extracts included in
Autopsie d'un film érotique (1999)
Bimbo Movie Bash (1997)
Something to Scream About (2003)


Femme Fatales vol.2 no.4 (1994) pp.54-55 – review (Blonde Heaven by Gary Garfinkel)