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  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Navarre Corporation
  • DVD Release Date: September 16, 2008
  • Run Time: 173 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001ATO9HA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #390,437 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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While travelling by wagon, a quartet of beautiful women discuss Dracula mythos on the way through the Carpathian Mountains. After losing a wagon wheel, the four unwavering women are stranded at the sanitarium of the eccentric Dr. Wendell aka Count Dracula. Three of them will be vampires. One of them will be Dracula s lover. Prepare for the shocking conclusion of Count Dracula s Great Love.

Vampire Hookers
John Carradine stars as John Richmond, a smooth-talking vampire pimp in a white-suit with a harem of attractive hookers. There s only one problem, these hookers are vampires and warm blood isn t all they suck!

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James Simpson on January 4, 2009
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I certainly knew what I was getting into when I purchased this nonsense.....and how!

The packaging is decent,and the special features are neat including various trailers to other Grindhouse classics,and the Lobby menu is worth a laugh.

The films are far from great and not the best in Horror-sleaze.

The first film is "Cemetary Girls",which is a bogus title since the feature is actually the frequently available,"Dracula's Great Love(1973)" with Paul Naschy.
It's an interesting,but far from good Spanish Horror film,with a group of people stranded at the castle of you-know-who and becoming victim.
Dracula does fall in love in this one,being played by the miscast Paul Naschy,is unique in being the only movie Dracula that does himself in at the end,via a Stake through the heart.

The print is the best available on DVD currently and worth your time,if your a fan.

Vampire Hookers(1979) has a great title,just too bad the film dosen't deliver on it.

Apparently a comedy this movie tells the tale of two dull-witted sailors on shore leave who come across a Vampire Harem owned by a vodka guzzling John Carradine,who captures one of the sailors who gets into the most boring vampire orgy with all the vampire chicks i've ever seen.

Not very funny and pretty boring,with too much talk and a surprising amount of inappropiate flatulence humor to not exactly reccomend it to anyone but the committed masochist.

If you really need a good vampire film from the period seek out Count Yorga-Vampire(1971),Blacula(1972) or Grave of the Vampire(1973) or even the arthouse classic,Daughters of Darkness(1973),because these bloodsuckers are rather anemic,folks.

Still nice presentation,huh?
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bartok Kinski on August 4, 2008
Cemetery Girls
Like a lot of '70s European horror movies, the film suffers from laggard pacing and a somewhat muddled plot. But there's lots of gothic ambience and a few creepy moments here and there to keep things interesting.

This film is one of the Spanish vampire narratives, starring Paul Naschy as Count Dracula. This is considered to be his better performance as a vampire - Naschy having played vampires in other movies. The setting of an old sanitarium is very atmospheric, together with the ill at ease things which go on there. Four unwary young women end up having to squander the night there, three become vampires, the fourth becomes Dracula's lover.

Vampire Hookers
This movie is significant watching just for the theme song. If you are a collector of B horror movies or like to watch 'em late at night you must see this movie. Most John Carradine movies are inferior and this is for sure no exception. This gem is complete with bad voice overs, below par acting and a Super Bad orgy scene. This movie is farcical and it's one of the worst movies your little peepers will ever view. Seriously, this needs to go in any B Horror movie accumulation.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The JuRK on October 30, 2008
How can I give these movies three stars?

First of all, I knew what I was getting into: I grew up on these movies. Back in the 1970s, they were called "Drive-In Movies" because, in the days before VHS and DVD, that was the only place you were going to find these movies. I actually acquired a poster of CEMETERY GIRLS from an old movie theatre willing to sell posters to me.

I need to dig through my stuff to see if that poster is still with me. Mainly because I don't think there was ever a CEMETERY GIRLS. It looks like a generic poster cooked up by the loud, cheap producer from Tim Burton's ED WOOD since both of the films on this DVD had been released with that title. According to [...], three 70s horror flicks are known by the title CEMETERY GIRLS (the third was THE VELVET VAMPIRE).

The first movie is a Spanish Dracula movie called DRACULA'S LAST GREAT LOVE or something. Cheap bad horror film, cheesy sets and costumes, the brightest reddest blood you'll ever see, campy voice over...and hot babes. My only regret is that the hottest babe was much more shy in front of the camera than her co-stars.

The second movie is VAMPIRE HOOKERS. Definite emphasis on comedy. You'll recognize Trey Wilson (one of the sailors) from RAISING ARIZONA and EIGHT MEN OUT.

What I really enjoyed most from this DVD was the previews and the authentic 1970s intros ("And Now Our Feature Presentation"). Wow, that really took me back. If you feel like going back in time, then this DVD isn't too much for that.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By trashcanman VINE VOICE on October 8, 2008
First off, there is no film called "Cemetery Girls" here. The first film is the immortal Paul Naschy's "Dracula's Great Love". I don't even recall there being a cemetery in it. In fact, it would have made a much more fitting title for the second film on this 70's exploitation double-bill, "Vampire Hookers" where the vampires are not really hookers. How hard is it to check the title of a movie before you put it on a DVD and release it? Oi vey. Also, if you are going to title a film "Vampire Hookers", one expects the vampires to be hookers.

When you put this DVD in your player, you're greeted with coolness. You find yourself in a mock theater choosing to either go to the concession stand which is where you can choose a scene -I'd have thought it'd be special features-, the theater itself to watch the whole shebang, or another "employees only" cutting room where you can watch the bonus trailers -I'd have thought it'd be the select a scene. These guys have a hard time putting out a proper DVD. Upon entering the theater you have the option of watching the individual B-movie of your choice or you can enjoy their rip-off of the Tarantino/Rodriguez format used for the cinematic release of their wonderful "Grindhouse" collaberation. You get a heapin' helpin' of old-school trailers for 70's cinema trash like Chain Gang Women,
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