Product DetailsCentral Park Drifter -- This low-budget but slickly produced Canadian horror project is an engrossing, heady blend of steamy romance and jugular-gushing vampire mayhem. Silvio Oliviero stars in the quirky role of nocturnal New York cabbie Stephen -- who just happens to be a 350-year-old vampire. Into his clutches falls lovely music-video director Michelle (Helen Papas), a terminally ill woman seeking a passionate one-night stand. Her condition undergoes a remarkable change after Stephen puts the bite on her, claiming her as his undead bride -- much to the chagrin of her jealous husband, who sets out to destroy her immortal lover. Director Gerard Ciccoritti employs modern-day vampire conventions (particularly some startling gore effects) with pleasing results, but it's the film's well-rounded characters who set it apart from the standard direct-to-video exploitation fare. Fiancee of Dracula -- Jean Rollin, the French master of erotic horror, directed this gothic thriller. A professor (Jacques Regis) who is studying vampires has set out to find the remains of Count Dracula (Thomas Desfosse), but as he and his assistant travel deeper into the land of the undead, they are confronted by a bizarre variety of vampires, werewolves, ogres, and wizards. Eventually, the professor is confronted by Isabelle (Cyrille Iste), a woman of great supernatural powers who holds his fate in her hands. Two Orphan Vampires -- France's master of erotic horror, Jean Rollin, directed this sexy and atmospheric story of Louise (Alexandra Pic) and Henriette (Isabelle Teboul), a pair of orphaned sisters whose tragic fate is compounded by the fact they have no sight. But the truth is, the sisters are not really blind -- they are, in fact, vampires, and due to their nocturnal habits, they can only see after the sun goes down, as they search for victims to provide them with fresh blood.
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