Antonio "Tony" Sordi [William Campbell] lives in a studio under an old belltower where he spends his time painting, just as his ancestor Erno Sordi did five hundred years ago. The only difference is that Erno Sordi was convicted of conspiring with the devil and was burned at the stake, whereas Antonio Sordi sells his paintings at prices that the local beatniks can only dream about. What they would never dream is that the Erno Sordi of legend is the same Antonio Sordi of the 20th century [or maybe Antonio is possessed by his ancestor? The movie never explains this little detail.] and that Sordi is a vampire. After feeding on his victims, always young and beautiful women, Sordi takes them back to his studio, places them in various poses from which he paints his popular "dead red nudes," and then tosses their bodies into a bubbling bath of some sort.
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