This blood-soaked collection contains the following three vampire tales.
CENTRAL PARK DRIFTER: Silvio Oliviero (DOUBLE TAKE) stars in this excellent low budget vampire movie as Stephen Tsepes, an NYC cab driver who is also a vampire. Tsepes, who works the night shift, uses his job to carefully select the people he preys on, selecting only female victims. One of them has become careless, causing the NYPD to hunt for what they believe to be a deranged female serial killer. Making matters worse, Tsepes has fallen in love with one of his potential victims, who has unleashed a human passion in him that he has never felt before, something that may be connected to the brutal murders perpetrated by his ring of vampires.
FIANCEE OF DRACULA: Jean Rollin, the French auteur who shocked and delighted audiences during the 1970s with his wildly gothic and erotic vampire films, returns to that style in THE FIANCEE OF DRACULA. In it, a professor and his assistant enter a parallel universe while searching for the remains of Count Dracula, where they encounter such garish and sensual beings as an ogress who devours babies, a jester and his vampire lover, and the scarlet She-Wolf. Desperate to escape this ghoulish dimension, the professor finds himself in a showdown with the beautiful Isabelle, who is possessed by an evil force, that will decide his fate.
TWO ORPHAN VAMPIRES: Jean Rollin, the legendary French director best known for lesbian vampire films such as THE SHIVER OF THE VAMPIRES, returns to the genre that made his name with TWO ORPHAN VAMPIRES. Based on his own novel, the film is the story of two teenage girls, Louise and Henriette, who have grown up orphaned and are believed to be blind. While it is true that they cannot see during the day, Louise and Henriette are given the power of vision at night, when they hunt their prey. Stylish, atmospheric, and genuinely haunting, TWO ORPHAN VAMPIRES is a stunning return to form from one of France's greatest talents.