Product DetailsIn short, a group of swingers are touring the vamp's area when their hippie van collapses, leaving them to spend an unforgettable and seemingly unlivable evening at the Count's lodge. Thematically there is an interesting twist as the Count's vamped bride not only exterminates her captor with the dreaded silver dagger but then turns the damnable instrument upon herself. Cinematically we're treated to numerous topless Go-Go dancers who wiggle wildly to cool-school jazz while inserts of sea gulls double for vampire bats. Weird. Emilio Vieyra is Argentina's answer to Brazil's Coffin Joe, Spain's Jesus Franco and France's Jean Rollin. Vieyra haphazardly stumbled upon the horror/sex combo and immediately submitted three very bizarre entries into the cycle. In fact all three were released between 1967 and 1970. Vieyra's genre credits include; The Deadly Organ (a.k.a.: Feast of Flesh), the mind/crotch-blowing Curious Dr. Hummp and of course Blood of the Virgins.
Store CommentsSpecial Features * documentary on Argentinian exploitation film * production notes, * still gallery * alternate subtitles.
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