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Two beautiful orphaned identical twins, Maria and Frieda Gellhorn (Playboy centerfold models Mary and Madeleine Collinson), move to the village of Karnstein to live with their uncle Gustav Weil (played by Hammer horror favorite, Peter Cushing), a fanatical puritan and leader of the local witch-hunting Brotherhood. The village Count (Damien Thomas, Never Let Me Go), an evil man who secretly practices Satanism, uses black magic and transforms into a vampire. Unhappy with her new life, Frieda seeks escape and tragically falls under the spell of the Count. Now overcome with an insatiable hunger for human blood, Frieda has to hide her secret from her sister, and escape her uncle's killing grasp! The wait is over! This Hammer horror classic is now available from Synapse Films in an all-new 1080p high definition transfer and loaded with exciting exclusive special features. Also stars Kathleen Byron (Black Narcissus), David Warbeck (Lucio Fulci's The Beyond) and Dennis Price (Jess Franco's Vampyros Lesbos)!
The third movie of the Karnstein Trilogy. Now this is a GOOD vampire film. LOVE the story. This one has much less focus on the lustful Countess Mircalla - in fact, not hardly any... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Rainey Dawn
get all blu ray classic sci-fi and horror movies before corps start phazing dvds and blu rays out in the near future .Published 4 months ago by ANTON PHIBES
One of the better newer style vampire movies. Peter Cushing does a great job as the strict Puritan witch hunter who sees evil everywhere but in the right place. Left alone. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TREE
One of the better Hammer horror films. Sexy vampire chicks. Sadistic Count in a castle. That awesome Hammer atmosphere. What's not to love. Buy it now.Published 7 months ago by Josh A.
Great later Hammer. Vampires yet again but also a fine witch hunt subplot. Cushing in his usual form, the twins are quite sexy. Title a bit misleading (only one is evil).Published 7 months ago by Michael A. Nelson