BLOOD SUCKERS / Lucinda Films, Titan International Productions - 1970
Here's a wild vampire tale all about a group of friends searching for a young English Oxford student who has disappeared while researching his book in Greece, they are shocked to find that wherever he has been in the area, certain unsolved murders have taken place. They find him under the spell of a beautiful vampire, and, believing they have killed her, the group return home, unaware that their friend is now a blood sucker. Alternate titles are INCENSE FOR THE DAMNED and FREEDOM SEEKER.
I have a sound clip for your approval, sooooo, you can push the big red 'GO' button located there by our blood sucking machine, NOW, Rufus The Gnat!.. Here's... BLOOD SUCKERS!
Talented Richard Fountain has left England to pursue his studies, you can hear his little bio intro in the sound clip...
Richard has hooked up with a mysterious woman and things are getting a little weird for him.
She doses him up with her special drugs, and, well, he's hooked big time!
Here's a scene of two lovers making out while two topless chicks watch with pleasure...
Remember these semi transparent plastic masks?.. I do, except, my nose never quite fit right.
In Greece, this donkey is considered an off road, four wheel drive, all terrain vehicle!
Richard gets bitten pretty good before his friends can pull the vampire lady off his neck!
Patrick Macnee plays good friend, Derek Longbow, during the search for Richard, he gets stuck on the side of a cliff. Unfortunately, he falls to his death, heard at the end of the sound clip.
I love this shot. I could spend hours in this museum just browsing the many displays.
They get Richard back to England. Peter plays Dr. Goodrich, father of Richard's fiancée, Penelope. He calls out Peter at a ceremony because.. well, you know, he's s freakin' vampire!
Then, they get to Penelope a little too late and Richard has done the deed!
There's only one way out of this movie!!.. Eegah!! is here tomorrow to keep The Dungeon Express a-chuggin' on down the long, stormy track!