Gothic lesbians prowl the corridors of a miserable little castle in Italy and fall prey to a deranged count with resplendent canine gnashers, a ghostly white complexion and the personality of Atilla the Hun. This is Italian Gothic sleaze with the added bonus of some bizarre gropings amongst the kitchen staff and other dubious sexual shenanigans. Contains graphic violence and nudity.
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A suave count in love with a showgirl invites her entire company to his secluded island castle. Legend has it that his father and his grandfather decapitated their wives then leaped to their deaths from a castle tower, and history seems to be repeating itself when the girls in the party start losing their heads. It takes an hour to get past the silly melodramatics and complicated love tangles and to the tepid scenes of murder and gore. Actor-turned-director Alfred Rizzo shows no flair for suspense or horror, and the film is mired in lugubrious plot complications that only get in the way of the real story--is the melancholy count following in his father's homicidal footsteps? What really happened to his first wife? Will anyone in the crisscrossed company find real happiness, or should they settle for mere sex and voyeurism? Despite the title, there is no bloodsucker in this film, the least of Image's Redemption series to date. Included is a trailer (which features shots not in this version) and an extended introduction by British horror hostess Eileen Daly (which was actually recorded for a different film!), a black-leather Elvira with a whip and a penchant for kink that may not be to the tastes of all audiences. - Sean Axmaker
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