France / Belgium
A beautiful female vampire lures men to their doom. This movie has been released under several names, depending on the level of hardcore sex. Versions found outside Europe are all softcore; the hardcore versions exist only in Europe under the names Insatiable Lust or The Loves Of Irena, among others.
It is the distant future, supernatural creatures are controlling the small civilizations left on Earth. A beautiful young woman, Doris, has been bitten by Count Magnus Lee for trespassing in his domain while hunting for demons threatening her home.
It is many thousand years in the future. Vampires once ruled the night but have seen their numbers reduced by fearless bounty hunters. One such hunter is D, the halfbreed son of a human mother and vampire father. When a girl from a rich family is taken from her home by the vampire Meier Link, her father contracts both D and the Markus brothers (a rival group of hunters) to race to retrieve her.
Gregor Nastase, just arrived from Transylvania, comes to Nova Friburgo, Brazil, to meet Vladmir Vladislav, a young sculptor who is Count Dracula's direct descendant. He tells him he must capture four women for a sacrifice, according to his uncle's wishes. At first, the sculptor doesn't pay him much attention, but changes his mind when Gregor materializes the Count on an oil painting
Baron Brákola emerges from his coffin, in a hidden chamber in the musty dungeon of an old house. He goes into another chamber, finding a coffin containing a pile of rags and a wooden stake: these are the remains of his long-lost love, Rebeca, who was killed in 1765 by an ancestor of Santo. Brákola swears vengeance on all who participated in her death
Barry McKenzie's Aunt Edna is kidnapped by Count Von Plasma, the vampire head of an isolated Eastern European dictatorship who mistakes her for the Queen of England and thinks that kidnapping her will draw tourists to his country. Barry and his mates set out to rescue her and bring her back to Australia.
The Bat in NatureIndigenous to Central and South America, vampire bats live in a very strong social culture. The develop bonds with other bats in the colony, and learn to recognize each other through sound and scent. Vampire bats tend to live in caves, trees, or buildings. Their colonies can reach numbers of up to 2000 bats, but most colonies tend to house approximately 100 bats.
Blood has been a symbol of life since very ancient times. The blood in our veins has always been iconic of our continuing life. To lose too much blood is to lose consciousness, breath, and eventually, our very lives. If a person or animal is already dead and is cut open, blood does not flow. Only the living have blood that flows. Blood has been used throughout the ages as a ceremonial sacrifice.