There was a film where the heroine discovers that her mother belonged to a secret, presumably hereditary, group of monster hunters. She gets taken to their underground headquarters, which includes an impressive sort of library place with stone pillars. The film was too Goth for words, more the wispy fantasy style of Goth than the leather jacket kind.
At one point, the heroine and a boy and possibly others were in a lair of vampires, there were a lot of dangling chains in it. Before they managed to escape, the boy got bitten, and later he's recovering in bed back in the hunters' HQ and she visits him, and he mysteriously doesn't need his glasses any more, and you think "Aha"... but then it's never mentioned again.
The heroine discovers that she's inherited her mother's ability to put real objects into pictures and take them out again. She takes out a cup or something that her mother had left in a book. Later, she discovers a magical object that the hunters need to defeat some villain, hidden in a picture, presumably by her mother. But they've been lying to her about things and she refuses to hand it over until they start telling her the truth, and she runs away.
At some point she discovers her mother, who's in some kind of magical coma, and tries to wake her up, but doesn't manage it.
It ended up with her and a boy riding away together on a motorbike, and there was possibly an air of a sequel being intended, but I'm not sure.
Anyone know the name of this?