Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Countess Dracula's Orgy of Blood|
Actors: Joe Baisur, Eyana Barsky, Mark Bedell, Tony Clay, Bella Diona
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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, l... more »
2 For The Quality Of The Vamps
Dr. Freeman | Perry, Iowa United States | 09/11/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"As a lover of horror i knew from the title this one would be a cheezer but with Paul Naschy i figured it might be not so bad. Wrong! The bad acting and bad lines were good times to grab a snack in between lesbian love scenes. The babes are quality and there are lots of them but thats about all. Naschy was around from time to time but did little to improve this grade C attempt. If you want porn buy porn, if you want a vampire movie try something else. Mystery Science Theatre has shown and made fun of much better movies than this."
Great babes --- bad, bad movie!
Jason Dickson | Maryville, TN USA | 12/18/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This 2004 direct-to-video erotic horror film starts off in 1897 Southern California where Countess Dracula gets the old stake-in-the-heart treatment when a local rancher finds her in the sack (and sucking the neck, among other things) of his wife.
Fast-forward to the present, where the local vampires are running around doing their sucking thing when one stumbles onto the body of the Countess, and of course, brings her back to life.
Things predictably suck forward from there until the Countess once again meets an untimely end with the stake thing. There's plenty of nudity and sex action, of course, mostly lesbian.
Yeah, it's really bad, and even worse, there isn't a sharp frame in the entire movie, but hey, you want your nudity and lesbian action sharp, too? Jeesh."
A Horror Flick with plenty of Bite!
James A. Wnoroski | Hollywood, California United States | 06/15/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The title here promises a lot, and thanks to the presence of voloptuous star Glori-Anne Gilbert - it most certainly delivers. Fans that have seen the delectable Ms. Gilbert in films like TREASURE HUNT and CURSE OF THE KOMODO, can now see her darker side as she portrays the sinister seductive neck-biting Countess. Yes there's abundant nudity, but what really makes the show is how Glori-Anne turns what could have been a rather one-note role into a tour de force perfomance. Not since Ingrid Pitt, in the classic Hammer Film THE VAMPIRE LOVERS, has there been such a multi-dimensional vampiress on the screen.It's amazing to think how this upcoming star will do with future turns in even bigger, more mainstream films. Truly, if you're a fan of this lovely lady, this is a must-have dvd. Check it out!"
A vampire film with heart - and breasts
Luis E. Aguilar | Venice, CA United States | 06/20/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Writer director Donald Glut is currently the last man standing in imaginative and intelligent erotic horror. His unfortunately titled "Countess Dracula's Orgy of Blood" brings expertise and reverence to the vampire genre, plus a welcome heterosexuality that has been drained (pun intended) by the likes of Ann Rice, Clive Barker, David DeCoteau, and their imitators. Unlike the horror-ignorant productions from Seduction Cinema, Troma, Playboy Films, and lesser filmmakers that exploit the vampire form for dull, formulaic T&A, Glut's eroticism rises FROM the sub-genre's conventions. He essentially brings out the sexuality which the Universal and even Hammer films could only hint at, making it delightfully profane. To that end he is wonderfully assisted by an amazing Glori Ann-Gilbert, whose unrestrained performance as a sexually insatiable, erotically beautiful vampire hits every fantasy mark. There is also a fleeting turn by iconic Spanish Horror star Paul Naschy as a tortured monk that provides a rewarding link to the past and reflects Glut's appreciation for it. Though the movie is hampered by low-budget realities and some unnecessary intentional campiness, it's the best erotic horror film in years, and a key step in Glut's ascent to major minor filmmaker."