Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Vampires Night Orgy|
Actors: Jack Taylor (II), Dyanik Zurakowska, José Guardiola, Charo Soriano, Helga Liné
Director: León Klimovsky
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
A group of tourists on a charter bus are stranded at strange Country Inn. That's when the Vampire Countess played by the 'Fangy' Helga Line comes out to play in this long unavailable Euro-Classic.
Vampires Light Buffet...
Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein | under the rubble | 11/30/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A busload of tourists is stranded after their driver drops dead. They end up in a small village with no cars, no phones, and seemingly no people. A character known as the Major appears and offers our hapless travelers lodging at the only inn in town. Soon, the visitors become tasty snacks for a mysterious countess and her gang of bloodsucking freaks! Will anyone survive? Watch for the first victim, a Chuck Bronson clone with tall hair and a fleece-lined marlboro-man coat! Watch as the countess' giant servant butchers the locals for body parts! As a result, the inn ends up with a menu resembling the one in "The Undertaker And His Pals"! The little girl in VNO befriends a strange little boy who keeps disappearing. Is he a ghost? I was never quite sure. VNO is a fairly presentable little film along the lines of the (superior) Erica Blanc classic, "Devil's Nightmare". As a matter of fact, these two movies would make quite a double feature! I can already feel my saliva glands churning! Enjoy..."
Zoveck | Los Angeles, CA United States | 03/10/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This isn't so much a review of the movie as much as the Eclectic DVD transfer of Vampire's Night Orgy (aka Orgy of the Vampires). I like the movie. It's a cool, very atmospheric 70's Spanish origin vampire flick featuring Helga Line, a personal fave.
The problem is the image quality of this Sinema Diable/ Eclectic DVD. It's letterboxed as advertised on the cover, but it's so dark it's actually unwatchable. It seems to become darker as the film progresses as well. The color is also so washed out it's bordering on black and white. A very disappointing experience."