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Anthony D.P. Mann
Heidi L. Dennis,
Various photogenic couples demostrate the different techniques of making love (from Kama Sutra), while a female voice narrates sporadically. The film is divided into chapters, each dealing with a different aspect of sex or foreplay.
Longing for vengeance, he waited in hunger and thirst for his long lost admirer. The night hid him in the dark, the earth and the woods were his haven. He is a fallen angel, a catastrophic lover, the trodden Prince of Wallachia, but a vampire in revenge. His partisans await his reprise with celebration. He turns lucky in love, if not for ever. Beautiful nights of love and lust entangle him with his lost love - Clara, a passionate young nun but still a mortal. The peaches and perfection takes a turn the day Clara gets spellbound by the Catholic Church. The Vatican plots the trap but will the plan thrive? Or will it be love? Written by
Lets be honest, when a company can't find enough scenes from a film to make it look bearable at least, there's no hope ... Surely this rubbish isn't going to be shown in cinemas ... The trailer looks absolutely pathetic ... Like something off a arrogant child's home video shoot ... Its got to go straight to the bin ... Oh sorry, video disk ... And it isn't the first 3d Dracula film ... Argento made one last year that hasn't been released yet ... That's supposed to be a bit of a stinker too ... But quite frankly looks way better than this thing ... So anyway ... Thats my review of the trailer ... Unfortunately of course IMDb's rule of ten lines at least is often difficult to cover on work that should never have been made in the first place ... So these bits are somewhat superfluous, though not as disposable as Saint Dracula 3d of course :)
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