The Vampire Lovers
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Vampire Lovers (1970, USA/UK) is a Vampire film directed by Roy Ward Baker. It is the first film in a trilogy, followed by Lust For a Vampire and Twins of Evil.
- Released on September 3, 1970 (UK)
- Running Time: 91 Min.
- Production Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (as An American International - Hammer Films Production) | Hammer Film Productions (as An American International - Hammer Films Production)
- Distribution Co: MGM-EMI (1970) (UK) (theatrical) | American International Pictures (AIP) (1970) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Roy Ward Baker
- Written by Harry Fine, Tudor Gates, Michael Style, Tudor Gates
- Starring Ingrid Pitt, George Cole, Kate O'Mara
- Produced by Harry Fine, Michael Style, Louis M. Heyward
- Original Music by Harry Robertson
- Cinematography by Moray Grant
- Film Editing by James Needs
- Seductive vampire Carmilla Karnstein and her family target the beautiful and the rich in a remote area of late eighteenth-century Gemany.
Also known as
- Gruft der Vampire (Germany)
- She's the New Horror from Hammer!
- Beautiful temptress ...... or Bloodthirsty monster?
- Even the dead can love.
- If you dare... taste the deadly passion of the BLOOD-NYMPHS!
- An erotic nightmare of tormented lusts that throb in headless, undead bodies!
- Carmilla is really queen of lesbian vampires!