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Some commentators say that this a feminist spin on the vampire genre, but it struck me as mostly clumsily edited soft porn.
Strange and Very 70's Flick with a Vampire Afterthought--Mostly nostalgic!!
I honestly still don't know if I liked this fuckin' movie or not, even updating my ratings/watched films months after the fact. I enjoyed watching it and found it somewhat entertaining if only for the random nudity and meandering storyline, but Holy Moses, it's not a horror film by a long shot, and it's never even remotely scary, so what the hell do you make of it?
A trippy, weird, and not terribly-good (or bad) movie about a strangely unattractive married couple (sorry Michael Blodgett & Sherry Miles) who fall prey to the desert dealings of Celeste Yarnell's Velvet Vampire...yeah I don't know what that means either. The film is chockablock with nonsensical dialog that left me scratching my head when I wasn't downright laughing. Fun, but no way am I gonna remember a single thing about this come next week. VF.
The story is familiar, a couple find themselves guests at the home of a vampire, but this is a particularly 70s take on it, and a somewhat sexual one too. I liked that, but it could have been more sexual and more about vampires than it was. Overall, it's pretty good, but it could have been a lot better.
Worthwhile due to it's horrible acting ang laughable plot, has mst3000 written all over it.
Another 70's classic/hoot. If you like bisexual vampires, dune buggies and swinging, then this is the flick for you!
This movie has about 5 different names, Velvet Vampire, Cemetery Girls, The Devil Is a Woman, The Waking Hour , and Through the Looking Glass , but none of the names really fit the movie. Its by far anything but a vampire movie. Its about a young couple Lee and Susan, they meet an older women named Diane and agree to spend a few days at her place. Well there is more to Diane then meets the eye. At first tries to start an affair with both people; and eventually reveals herself as a vampire. But there is almost zero vampire action. There is a little topless action by both girls, I would have to pick Susan Myself. Only thing scary about this movie is that it last 80 minutes. There ought to be a law. 1 1/2 stars