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Countess Dracula's Orgy of Blood (2004)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 8 June 2004
Horror legend Paul Naschy (Dracula's Great Love) stars in his first American film, a chilling and seductive saga of rampant bloodlust. Over a century ago, vampiric Lord Ruthven and his ... See full summary »

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Donald F. Glut

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Donald F. Glut
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Naschy ... Padre Jacinto
Glori-Anne Gilbert ... Diana
Arthur Roberts ... Lord Ruthven
Danielle Petty ... Roxanne (as Kennedy Johnston)
Eyana Barsky Eyana Barsky ... Martine
Tony Clay Tony Clay ... Count Dracula
Del Howison Del Howison ... Renfield
Jana Thompson ... Valerie
Lolana Lolana ... Lilith
Belinda Gavin ... Anne
Mark Bedell ... Dumas
Jason Peters Jason Peters ... Mal
Bella Diona Bella Diona ... Hooker #1
Olga Hammerstein Olga Hammerstein ... Hooker #2
Wahayn Inello Clayton ... Bouncer (as Whayne Jerome-Clayton)
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Horror legend Paul Naschy (Dracula's Great Love) stars in his first American film, a chilling and seductive saga of rampant bloodlust. Over a century ago, vampiric Lord Ruthven and his sister Diana stalked the same prey, lovely Roxanne Dumas. Now they're back to pursue the reincarnation of their lost love, with only one priest able to stop them from fulfilling their unholy desires! Featuring genre favorites Arthur Roberts (Not of This Earth) and TV horror host Count Gore De Vol Special effects by John Carl Buechler (Carnosaur, Friday the 13th Part IV: The New Blood). Goth music from Willow Wisp and Lucan Wolf

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Lust is Eternal!

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Horror

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Topbilled Paul Naschy barely appears more than 8 minutes of screening time throughout the whole film. See more »

Crazy Credits

Lord Ruthven character created by Dr. John Polidori from the story "Vampyre" (1819) See more »

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Follows The Erotic Rites of Countess Dracula (2001) See more »

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Count Gord De Vol
By Dick Dyszel
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Lesbian vampires are at it again.
16 October 2011 | by Boba_Fett1138See all my reviews

Isn't it weird how these erotic vampire movies always seem to be all about lesbianism? I could be wrong but I don't think this is what Bram Stoker was having in mind when he wrote his famous novel Dracula.

Of course this wasn't a very good movie, which should hardly come as a surprise to anyone. It's cheaply made, with silly writing, weak acting and nothing else in it that can impress.

I just also can't see how anybody could enjoy this as a soft-core porn flick really. There really aren't that many sex scene's in it and there also really isn't all that much nudity in it. I have seen 'normal' movies with more nudity in it, to be frank. But I can still say that the girls are all nice looking. Normally I'm not always that impressed with the 'actresses' in soft-core movie attempts but the girls in this one were all quite nice looking. Perhaps it was because they were played by some girls in their mid-20's who were also very natural and not 'perfect' looking, as opposed to exaggerated and fabricated, Barbie-doll looking, teenagers.

In this case I can really say that I would probably had enjoyed this movie far better if it had less story in it. I say this only because it has such an horribly written story in it. It's the sort of story that actually works out confusing, due to the way how badly written and constructed it is. Basically you could say that it has 3 different story lines in it, that don't really ever come together well. This is what makes the movie so needlessly 'complicated' and also quite annoying. And it's not like any of the story lines is written well or interesting enough. The character's are all very lame ones and the movie doesn't even have a good or likable main character in it. No hero and no real villain in this one. Just a bunch of blood sucking lesbians doing- and shaking their thing.

Sounds like plenty of reason for some people to go and watch this movie but no, this movie is just a failure and disappointing at everything it wants to achieve. It's not directed and made well enough to even consider this somewhat remotely of a must-see for the lovers of the genre.

To be honest, it's not the worst erotic lesbian vampire movie (is this an official sub-genre yet?) I have ever seen but I still can't think of any reason why anyone should ever get some enjoyment or 'psychical pleasure' out of this production.

3/10

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