Elise Bauman and Natasha Negovanlis star as a couple on the cult hit "The Carmilla Movie," based on the YouTube series of the same name. Bauman and Negovanlis sit down with Alyssa Julya Smith to talk about how their series, described as a lesbian-vampire love story, became so popular that they created a film with the help of fans who pre-ordered the finished film. The stars talk about how they saw a need for better representation of the LGBTQ community in mainstream media. "Carmilla" was created to fill the content gap of characters who are lesbian and bi-sexual women. In 2016, only 34 lead characters in 105 new scripted shows were lesbian or bi-sexual women, and 13 of those were killed in the series. They describe the series as a feminist representation with a positive queer storyline between two women, catering to their loyal fanbase who call themselves "creampuffs."