So this guy's running through these grainy, badly-lit woods. There's a girl chasing him. She's a vampire. Luckily, he catches a ride to a bar where despite being pompous, unlikable, poorly lit, and surrounded by bad generic pop country music, he befriends the folksy, annoying bartender. Except for a couple of scenes of the vampire chick making her way through town and an incident where the pompous unlikable guy beats up some redneck troublemakers, the majority of the movie consists of pompous unlikable guy explaining that the vampire girl (though he doesn't call her that) wants him dead but he can't kill her for some reason and trying to convince the folksy bartender to kill her for him. When she shows up all vamped out, that's what happens right before we find out that pompous unlikable guy is also a vampire! Did I blow your mind? I did, didn't I?
Every single aspect of Indemnity: Rage of a Jealous Vampire is bad, with acting and dialog competing with lighting for the "Thing Done Most Incompetently" award. It's so bad that there are moment's of The Room-like comedy gold, but they're too few and far between to make this crap watchable. The best thing about this movie is that it's only an hour long.
Takeaway: Moments of "so bad it's good," but they're fleeting.