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Summary: The Countess is called away to tend a sick friend and imposes on the General to accept her daughter Marcilla as a houseguest. Some of the villagers begin dying, however, and the General's daughter Laura soon gets weak and pale, but Marcilla is there to comfort her... (imdb)
Quite a nice display of 1970s style breasts. Though the acting is a bit over the top Ingrid Pitt is pretty good as the lesbian, lustful vampire. Story is ok, nothing special. Watch it on a Friday night with some friends.
Dodgy acting and derivative storyline aside, there is enough cheese here to make it a fairly entertaining 90 minutes. Plus, y'know, if you're a fan of buxom vamps walking around wearing flimsy négligées, there's plenty of that to keep you interested. Ingrid Pitt is pretty good as the sapphic vampire, but for me the show was stolen by the deliciously cute Madeline Smith. The scenes between those two are quite something.
Well-made later-Hammer horror movie. The ladies in the cast are absolutely gorgeous, too. I've never, ever seen a foxier group of females assembled for a movie. I'm tempted to get it on DVD just so I can drool over them all over again :-)
Much less opaque than Vampyr, basically a straight-forward adaptation of the story. That's the good and bad of it right there. It doesn't give us much personality outside of an eerie, lovely opening sequence, opting instead of check off the plot slavishly. I don't regret watching it, though, even bad Hammer is watchable as Peter Cushing and the eerie Ingrid Putt liven things up, and there's some fine boobs on display.
First in Hammer's 'Karenstein Trilogy' this is one of my favourites being my preferred area of the 'horror' genre... not actually that horrific, more an excuse for heaving (revealled) bosoms and vampirism as an obvious metaphor for sex and desire. Ingrid Pitt is good as Marcilla/Carmilla but the main attraction for me is the glorious Madeline Smith who, with this film, secured her place on the cover of the recent 'Hammer Glamour' book.
A shameless lesbian vampire flick from Hammer. While there are a few scenes that make you think they will explore the ideas of lesbian emotions, they are very and few far in between as Hammer was probably more interested in tits. If that's what you're looking for, you get plenty of that. It's a fun flick.