The Velvet Vampire

The Velvet Vampire

Directed by Stephanie Rothman

A married couple are invited to the desert home of bisexual female vampire Diane LeFanu, not realizing she’s a centuries-old bloodsucker keen on adding them both to her stable of lovers. Female vampires who swing both ways have been a staple of the genre since Sheridan LeFanu’s “Carmilla” and 1936’s DRACULA’S DAUGHTER. But THE VELVET VAMPIRE stands out for being one of the few such tales directed by a woman, in this instance cult director Stephanie Rothman (TERMINAL ISLAND) who mixes gauzy erotic dream sequences, comedy and nightmarish neck-biting in very fun fashion.

A married couple are invited to the desert home of a bisexual female vampire.

Cast: Michael Blodgett, Sherry E. DeBoer, Celeste Yarnall

Member Reviews

Too blurry to watch

CleodeGuerra
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2 months ago

Seventies sexploitation vampire pick. Not the worst of the bunch but not the best. Worth if you are a fan of the genre, not going to convert anyone who isn't

J.Sylence
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2 months ago

Good for the time I’m sure. But, a bit dull to watch now. Found myself losing interest.

Hood988
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4 months ago

A c

sccst22
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4 months ago

ditto to what svvampvvitchy said

theden
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4 months ago