Incredibly low budget horror about two female lovers who are vampires and set about seducing lone male drivers and luring them back to their ruined mansion where they feast on them. Unfortunately for them a rather provincial couple are holidaying nearby... Absolutely dire, I didn't even finish this. Awful acting, weak plot and ludicrous gratuitous sex and token lesbianism.
Not a masterpiece but a striking interpretation about female vampires. The director impulses a rather nightmarish atmosphere, a dose of blood and some glamorous scenes. Makes things coherent on the subject. Globally it is better than Jess Franco, Paul Naschy and Jean Rollin in 70s euro-trash.
3.5! didn't find it quite as unsettling or coherent as his Deviation (1971) but still so beautiful with some truly terrifying moments.......in many ways Larraz is kind of the anti-Jean Rollin and/or Jess Franco; he's not as interested in creating dreamlike imagery (though he does) as he is in creating complex, mysterious, violent characters and relationships that feel all too real!