Lonely young Marie and her father live on a plantation just before the Civil War. Their placid lives are invaded when they rescue a mysterious woman from a carriage wreck, and soon bodies ...
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Lonely young Marie and her father live on a plantation just before the Civil War. Their placid lives are invaded when they rescue a mysterious woman from a carriage wreck, and soon bodies start turning up with holes in their necks... Written by
Brian J. Wright <email@example.com>
Human hands can be seen coaxing the white rat in Marie's room after the ordeal in the crypt. See more »
Vampires, sir, come in all guises: man, woman, child, fat, thin... or, very beautiful? Oh, they offer to show you the world for a very high price. If your daughter really has been bitten... I'm not sure we can get her back.
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The reasons are: Ione Skye and Meg Tilly! (Two of my favorites)
If not for their beauty this would be a total loss. If you like post Civil War period pieces and/or are a fan of Vampire movies perhaps you might enjoy "Carmilla". It reminded me of a Grade B 1950's Vincent Price horror movie more then a movie made in 1990. Meg's a Vampire and she's after Ione trying to seduce her. Ione's Papa tries to save her. The town doctor tries to figure out why all these people are dying. (and why do they have those strange puncture marks in their necks?) And why was I watching this 60 minute turkey anyway?
Oh yeah... Meg and Ione are lovely to watch!
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