Bit

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About Bit

What’s worse than being a disenchanted 18-year-old? Try being a disenchanted 18-year-old forever. While on a summer trip to LA, Laurel (Nicole Maines from CBS’s Supergirl), a transgender teenage girl hungering for a relaxed getaway in the shimmery City of Angels, has barely settled in before she butts heads with a quartet of queer feminist vampires. Led by the glamorous, silver-tongued, bubble gum-popping Duke (Diana Hopper, Goliath), the bloodsucking clique takes Laurel under their bat wings, furthering their hellbent mission of ridding the streets of predatory men.

What begins as a burgeoning romance soon devolves into a series of threats and shifting alliances, even before a band of flamethrower-wielding vampire hunters crashes the party. With a supercharged soundtrack of scuzzy riot grrrl and dreamy synth pop (including an appearance by LA outfit Death Valley Girls), writer-director Brad Michael Elmore’s defiantly postmodern and gleefully rambunctious spin on the vampire genre is like The Lost Boys meets Ginger Snaps, with enough spurting arteries, crunching bones, and wicked wit to keep you laughing through the screams.

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— JESSE KNIGHT

Nicole Maines

Laurel

Nicole Maines is an actress, known for Supergirl (2015), Bitand Royal Pains (2009).

Diana Hopper

Duke

In 2016, Diana Hopper can be seen co-starring as Denise McBride opposite Billy Bob Thornton in the Amazon original drama series “Goliath.” The show follows down and out lawyer Billy McBride (Thornton) as he seeks redemption

M. C. Gainey

Enoch

M.C. Gainey was born on January 18, 1948 in Jackson, Mississippi, USA as Mike Connor Gainey. He is an actor and producer, known for Breakdown (1997), Con Air (1997) and Stolen(2012). He has been married to Kim since May 2, 2002.

Brent Chase

Jacob

Brent Chase is known for his work on I Am the Night (2019), Bosch (2014) and Scandal(2012).

James Paxton

Mark

James Paxton was born and raised in Ojai, California. He studied British Film in London before studying at the Vincent Chase Workshop in Los Angeles, California. He starred in the USA Network drama series, Eyewitness, directed by Catherine Hardwicke and executive produced by Adi Hasak.

Friday Chamberlain

Roya

Friday Chamberlain is known for her work on BitThe Fear of Looking Up (2019) and The Fate of the Furious (2017).