A nearly forgotten oddball '70s horror flick with one of the most unusual takes on vampirism in movies, more "Martin" than "Dracula." Stylish and matter-of-fact at the same time with a sweet Cristina Ferrare as the lead murderess. A surprise cult find, if you can find it.
Truly an art film when it comes down to the nail, but no coffin to pummel into it with this vampire slasher film. The lead vampiress lends a would-be classic status to those who have had the pleasure of seeing it, driven to murder but performed in a survival rather than psychotic pounce on the prey. The surprisingly stable 'natural' relationship feels forced, but that's the point. Force into a double life.