Synopsis: This erotic horror film, set in 1905, tells the story of a thief who seeks refuge in a castle owned by two women, Eva (Brigitte Lahaie) and Elizabeth (Franca Mai). The women are seductive and teasing, but turn out to be part of a vampiric cult of blood-drinking aristocrats.
Genre: Horror
80 min

Thank you.

Do I really have to drink

the whole glass?


Today, in April 1905,

we find it's the best way to cure anemia.

Drink, my dear,

it will bring back your color.

It's only ox blood after all.

Yes, but look at this man

who slaughters for a living

and breathes in

the smell of blood.

It's not a game, young lady.

It's a therapy.

I hope you're satisfied.

The information was correct.

This man was carrying... gold!

We'd like to see this gold,

right now.

Right, let's split up now

and meet again in a month's time.

One month will give me time

to negotiate in London.

That's not quite how I see it.

Me and my mates

would like the cash straightaway.

You don't trust me?

No, not really.

Open the bag.

I'm taking the girl with me

as a hostage.

Don't try to find me.

And afterwards, will you kill her?

If you lay a finger on her,

you're dead.


I'll let her go afterwards.

No, don't leave me. He'll kill me

as soon as your backs are turned.

Shall we all jump on him together?

Too risky.

If you try to disappear,

we'll find you.

Don't move.

She's crafty, she'll get away.

You want to finish me off, don't you?

Of course not. Be sensible.

I'm not a killer.

I'm not like your cohorts.

We're going to head

towards the coast,

and then you can take off.

Is it far?

Two days' walk,

unless you see a car.


Take me and let me go.

You swine!

There he is!

Catch him!

- He's in there.

- Follow him.


Better to wait

until he thinks he's safe.

I won't do you any harm

if you show yourself

I know you're in this room.

Who are you?

A chambermaid?

I'm lady-in-waiting to the Marchioness.

What's your name?

How many servants are there here?

I'm the only one.

No, I've just seen someone else.

That was Elisabeth,

the Marchioness's companion.

I swear that we're alone

at the moment.

The cook and the servants

arrive tomorrow

with the Marquis and Madame.

They're all away in Paris.

We've come to clean up

and get Madame's room ready, but -

It's no good. They're too far away.

Be patient. We've got him.

Right, now I want the truth!

How many of you are there

in the chteau?

Just us.

The other servants don't arrive

until tomorrow.

The chteau should be closed,

but we pretend it's ours.

That's why we came first.

Take whatever you want.

But don't hurt us.

We won't say a thing.

Don't be afraid.

I just want to hide until dark,

then I'll go.

You're going to take me

to your room now, please.

Come on, you go first.

I see I don't frighten you any more.

We even find it rather amusing.

In spite of your big gun.

You haven't come to rob us,

have you?

What do you want

from two poor girls like us?

Defenseless and at your mercy.

- I beg you not to kill us.

- You can rape us.

I offer you my virginity

in return for my life.

Do with me whatever you wish,

but spare this child.

I beg you, Mr. Bandit, don't kill us.

Is the show over?

What are you doing?

I just wanted to kiss you.

All the doors have two keys.

The spare for my bedroom

was in the bedside table.

Now I need an explanation.

Lady-in-waiting, or companion.

I want to know right now who you are

and why this chteau is deserted.

We can ask questions too.

Who is chasing you, and why?

Except that it's me who has a gun,

and it's me who gives the orders.

You no longer have your gun.

We've taken precautions.

Look. We have a little surprise for you.

Our weapons are silent.

There are two of us, you're all alone.

- You're in our power.

- Your life is in our hands.

The gold coins in your bag.

What shall we do with him?

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