When young, virginal Caroline learns of her mother's death in Paris, she travels to the City of Lights for the funeral. Sad and alone, Caroline wanders the exotic city in search of answers,... See full summary »
When young, virginal Caroline learns of her mother's death in Paris, she travels to the City of Lights for the funeral. Sad and alone, Caroline wanders the exotic city in search of answers, finality, and peace of mind. But only misfortune is in stock, as Caroline is raped and robbed by a French thug. But seemingly coming to her rescue is Isabelle, a mysterious and voluptuous woman who offers her food and shelter. Little does Caroline realize that this delicious Parisian beauty is a modern-day vampire looking for vulnerable victims. Written by
An Erotic Vampire in Paris is one of the earlier films from Seduction Cinema and it's one of the worst. Anyone that has seen more than a few of these films will no doubt go into them with low expectations; I always do, and yet every now and again I am surprised. As Seduction Cinema went on, the writers/directors obviously came to realise that they could make their films more entertaining by adding some humour; and indeed, it's the jokes that make me like most of the Seduction Cinema films that I actually like. This one is carried off with little in the way of entertainment. As the title suggests; its set in Paris, and as the cast list would suggest; lesbian sex is the main course of the day, and there's a side-order of vampirism. It's all very, very dull. Basically the film is made up of soft-core lesbian sex scenes which quickly become tiresome. Making lesbian sex boring is no mean feat, but director Donald Farmer was more the equal to the task. There's honestly no point to the film and I wont be surprised to find that I wasn't the only one with an itchy fast forward finger. Whether you're a fan of this stuff or not, you can feel free to skip this one!
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