Two Orphan Vampires (1996)
Movie InfoFrance's master of erotic horror, Jean Rollin, directed this sexy and atmospheric story of Louise (Alexandra Pic) and Henriette (Isabelle Teboul), a pair of orphaned sisters whose tragic fate is compounded by the fact they have no sight. But the truth is, the sisters are not really blind -- they are, in fact, vampires, and due to their nocturnal habits, they can only see after the sun goes down, as they search for victims to provide them with fresh blood. Originally released as Les Deux Orphelines Vampires, Two Orphan Vampires was based on a novel, which was written by director and screenwriter Rollin. … More
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Two eternally reborn vampire girls who are blind during the day but see in blue at night (!) pose as orphans, try to recall their past lives, and ponder the meaning of their existence. It's slow, cheap, badly dubbed, and the blue vampire-vision filters get old, true, but there is an almost endearing strangeness and obsessiveness to the concept; unfortunately, it goes on too long and wears out its welcome.More
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