The film still sucks.
Here's the premise. Back in the Old West, a young lady is engaged and married to an eccentric cowboy. Daddy had some initial misgivings about his son-in-law; he only comes around at night, he doesn't eat food, he has an off-pallor, etc. The astute father only makes the connection that his son-in-law is a vampire AFTER the marriage when his daughter gives birth to a demonic baby with claws and pointy-ears! The townspeople form a posse and dispatch the vampires, burying the three bodies in the desert.
In modern times, the bodies are discovered when the patch of ground they are buried in is being changed into tract-housing. The local funeral home takes possession of the woman and child, and the male vampire awakens on his own to go after them. It is up to the heroine and mortician, Shannon, Mikey the goofy assistant, and Benjamin the tightwad funeral home director, to deal with the vampires.
There are several problems with this film. First of all, it breaks from accepted vampire mythology. The male and female vampires use their blood to revive corpses who become zombies. In reality, zombie-making vampires are the norm in fiction, but rarely are featured in films. In After Sundown, the zombies infect others in the same familiar manner, soon over-running the small town. Despite the story being about vampires, the film looks a lot like a poorly budgeted zombie-flic.
The budget restrictions are painfully obvious. All the special effects are old-school, but lack the creative genius of Evil Dead which took cheap materials to pull-off great effects and instead appear to try to use the best their money could buy ineffectively. Most of the FX budget for make-up seemed to be put into the male-vampire's costume and face. The zombies and blood are shoddy by comparison.
And those are just some of the highlights.
The acting is weak, the production values almost non-existent (the DVD cover appears more professional than the film), and at times it seems like the writers and directors are telling the actors to just wing-it. The cover claims that this is "this year's Dusk 'til Dawn"... but it is a blatant lie.