Four women spend the night in an old deserted sanitarium on a mountain. They each in turn fall into the the evil hands of a doctor who forces them to suck each others blood and to whip ... See full summary »
Four women spend the night in an old deserted sanitarium on a mountain. They each in turn fall into the the evil hands of a doctor who forces them to suck each others blood and to whip innocent village virgins so they can lick the oozing cuts clean. Written by
Paul Naschy is best know for his roles as Count Waldemar Daninsky, who turns into the Wolf-man. He takes a break for this film and play Count Dracula. Naschy fans will enjoy the film, even if it was rudely interrupted by the unfunny Elvira.
Four gorgeous babes (Haydée Politoff, Rosanna Yanni, Ingrid Garbo, & Mirta Miller) and their male companion (Víctor Alcázar) end up in an old sanatorium after their carriage breaks down.
After they bed down for the night, Imre Polvi (Alcázar) quickly moves to Marlene's (Garbo) bed, while Karen (Politoff) get a scare in the hallway. Sneaking down the next night, he falls victim to the evil about. Poor Marlene now has her sumptuous breasts covered in blood when he visits her.
Senta (Yanni) catches her leg in a bear trap while walking. Of course she is hoping for some tender loving care from Dr. Marlow (Naschy). She catches him later that night and has him explore the rest of her body for injuries. Unfortunately for her, she fails to meet the requirement to be the great love of Dracula - she is not a virgin. So, she becomes a meal for the other two girls.
Dr. Marlow/Dracula has to fight off the growing number of vampires to protect Karen for himself. He cannot use his powers to win her; he has to do it the old fashioned way.
He tortures an innocent girl (Julia Peña) to mix her blood with Karen's to bring his daughter back to life.
But, his love for Karen causes him to do the unthinkable in an unusual twist on the vampire tale.
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