A young model and her petty thief boyfriend find their way through the English fog to a backwoods manor in hopes of looting it. What they find instead is murder, and when the model attempts... See full summary »
José Ramón Larraz
An American actress inherits a castle in Transylvania. What she doesn't know is that her ancestor, the Baroness Catali, was in actuality a vampire countess, and emerges from her tomb to ravage the nearby village and Catholic seminary.
Wal Davis and Ada Tauler have appeared in several Jesus Franco films, many of the same ones. It causes one to suspect that the director, José Luis Madrid, may just be another name that Franco uses.
This is not a Franco film. There is no blood as the vampire chokes his victims. Even though it is not Franco, there is no shortage of big naturals, as the vampire only attacks when the women are undressed. It is also unusual in the fact that he chokes, rather than the usual biting on the neck.
You don't have to be a vampire completeist to enjoy the film. Just enjoy the victims, some of whom do not appear in any other film.
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