Monday, September 8, 2014

THE VAMPIRE LOVERS / AIP - Hammer Film Productions - 1970

It's Vampire Monday with Tabonga, here at The Dungeon!.. Here's one sexy flick from the Hammer gang starring Peter Cushing, Ingrid Pitt, Jon Finch and Ferdy Mayne, all about vampires in the house! I chose these posters because they really catch your eye! The movie got an R Rating because of bare boobs...

Here are two stills from the flashback at the beginning of the movie, Baron Hartog has a close encounter with a sexy vampire chick who gets her pretty little head detached from her body with a sword!

Eegah!! sent over a sound clip with a surprise ending for our earjoyment, sooooo, you can push the big red 'GO' button located there by our atomic garlic patch, NOW, Ralphie The Tarantula!.. Here's a bloody taste of... THE VAMPIRE LOVERS!

It's all a ton of fun for this waltzing crowd...

Yeah, until this mysterious figure with a red Christmas bow shows up unannounced!

After Marcilla, played by Ingrid Pitt, arrives at the General's house as a guest, his daughter Laura starts having vivid nightmares and does some over the top screaming as heard in the sound clip. Peter plays the General.

The doctor, played by Ferdy Mayne, examines Laura and discovers two bite marks on her boob!

Marcilla, the vampire, then sets her sights on pretty little Emma, who's putty in her hands!

The doctor orders the maid to put lots of garlic plants in Laura's room. When Marcilla goes into the room, she's terrified by the sight and smell!

So, she follows the doctor into the woods and deep sixes his ass!

The General and his small band of vampire killers discover Marcilla's resting place in a crypt, and, a portrait of the vampire queen, Carmilla, who are one in the same!

Near the end, Marcilla is no match for this cross on a dagger and disappears into thin air, returning to her coffin in the crypt.

It's not long before the General and pals open her coffin and run a stake through her heart, then, to make sure, decapitate her with a sword. In this flick, it's the only way to make sure the job is done!


Anonymous said...

Great flick! They forgot about Ingrid Pitt's reflection in the mirror. Oops! Here is where i start the campaign....Bring back Piff!

Grant said...

It took me forever to see it (and I've only seen it once), but that last photo always stays with me due to it being in Famous Monsters # 96 (an issue I'm very sentimental about).

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