- Additional information
- Ratings explained
- Reviews (0)
This obscure French anthology delivers a trio of stories featuring a gruesome voodoo ritual, bizarre ‘Grand Guignol’-style performance art, and a naked vampire who dances to Tina Turner!
Story one of three sees a sexy young woman in a bar unaware that someone is out to do her harm via a voodoo doll; when she pays a visit to the ladies room, unseen forces rip off all her clothes, make her bleed profusely, and tear open her throat. Expect plenty of female nudity, and lots of unconvincing blood-letting.
In tale number two, a naked goth chick in a gloomy dungeon is tortured by a snaggle-toothed zombie who pushes needles through her tongue and breasts (a sequence that looks far too convincing for comfort); he then gouges out her eye and stabs her in the chest. Finally, the ghoul cuts into his own arm with a knife, slices open his stomach and pulls out his guts. Expect plenty of female nudity, and loads of blood.
The final story is perhaps the strangest of all: a female mourner is attacked by a cheesy looking vampire who rips off all of her clothes (hey, I think I can see a pattern emerging…) and bites her on the neck, transforming her into a sexy bloodsucker who proceeds to dance badly to a couple of Tina Turner tracks. After strutting her stuff to ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It?’, vamp-gal stops for a canoodle with vamp-guy, who hangs a ‘do not disturb’ sign on the side of his coffin. Expect plenty of female nudity, cheap plastic fangs, and gratuitous gyrating to 80s pop/rock. IMDB
All films are rated for audio and video these can be found in the specifications in product descriptions.
Everyone rates in different ways and what maybe an 8 to me might be a 6 or 9 to you so please bear in mind that they are there as a rough guide only.
A rating of 8.5 will normally be direct from a VHS master or equivalent
9 upwards will be from good quality TV broadcasts, screeners etc.
8 and below will be from 2nd or even 3rd generation prints from all types of master.
Fullscreen & widescreen titles are marked with a W or F or some 16:9 or 4:3
Widescreen can mean anything from a slight scope to 16:9 anamorphic. We try and mention this in descriptions when we can.
Every title on the site is region free so no matter where in the world you live you should have no problems playing any of our discs. Your only requirement is a DVD player capable of receiving a PAL and NTSC signal, about 99% of European players have this facility, the rest of the world check the net for compatible players.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.