Playgirls & The Vampire 1999 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Made in 1960, Piero Regnoli’s “The Playgirls and the Vampire” is one of the earliest Italian horror films. After skipping out on an unpaid hotel bill, a busload of curvaceous showgirls is forced off the road by a thunderstorm. They prevail on the hospitality of a nearby castle, where the reclusive Count Kernassy nearly orders them away—until he sees Vera, a leggy dancer who’s a dead ringer for his beautiful ancestor Margherita! Unfortunately, Vera is also attractive to the Count’s 200 year old, bloodthirsty ancestor—who’s a dead ringer for his descendant!
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