Two Orphan Vampires 2002 Horror Movie Review
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Well, there was lots of blood, but most of the movie is art - showing areas of rural France and Paris, or someplace that may be Paris, as I don’t really know where the scenes were shot. Some scenes are even in New York city.
The two women selected to be the vampire sisters don’t look anything like each other, but they do a good job with what they were given and look very nice, nude or clothed. The DVD also has interviews with the two actresses and Jean Rollin himself. One of the actresses can even speak English and her English is very cute! Yes, there is violence and some gore and lots of weird creatures and girls in school uniforms but much of the pleasure of this film was in the craft of the camera. It was just so lovely to watch and listen to.
About Two Orphan Vampires (2002)
Two Orphan Vampires
Alexandra Pic, Isabelle Teboul, Bernard Charnacé, Nathalie Perrey, Anne Duguël,
Rating: 5 / 5 stars from 1 users.
103 minutesDirector: Jean Rollin,
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