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Lesbian Vampire Killers was released on DVD and Blu-ray 3 August 2009. Momentum pictures claim retailers – including supermarket chain Tesco – demanded warning stickers be placed over the word "Lesbian".

The Vampire Lovers (1970) Probably the trope-maker of a lot of the eventual archetypes associated with the lesbian vampire genre, The Vampire Lovers is based on the novel Carmilla by Joseph

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When thinking of the origins of Vampire literature in the Western world, chances are you think of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. This chef-d’oeuvre has defined the genre ever since it was published

Apr 13, 2004 · When drop-dead gorgeous lesbian vampire Monique moves into the neighborhood and starts seducing every female she sees it is up to Chip the cable guy and two detectives to stop the fanged femme-fatale.

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9. Blood and Roses (1960). If Dracula’s teen was the first cinematic lesbian vampire, Blood and Roses deserves the accolade for being the first truly sexual vampire movie. This is also the

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Jan 14, 2017 · Some would argue the case that a Top 10 of best lesbian vampire movies could easily be filled entirely with Jess Franco films and others would say that the terms “best” and “Franco” are

In the tradition of Shaun of the Dead and An American Werewolf in London (the two films that this movie draws heavily upon), Lesbian Vampire Killers (AKA Vampire Killers in the U.S.) is a fun

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Lesbian Vampire Killers Because of an ancient curse, women in a rural town have been enslaved by the local pack of lesbian vampires. The reaction of the remaining menfolk is sending two hapless lads out into the nest of beautiful Sapphic bloodsuckers as a sacrifice.

Vampires. Lesbians. These two things are as intertwined as the stars and the sky, at least in popular fiction. The vampire lesbian sub-genre finds its basis in an unfinished poem by Coleridge 1797-ish, and continuing onward and up to the modern era with entries such as 2010 German film We Are the Night, and beyond.

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