Countess Dracula's Orgy of Blood1/5

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It is the 19th century, and villages all over are being terrorized by vampires with bulbous, fake breasts. The diabolical Diana (Glori-Anne Gilbert, Curse of the Komodo) sports an insatiable vampiric thirst for nude lesbian hijinks. As such, she seduces a young farm girl in her own home, while her husband sits unwittingly in the next room, oblivious to the moans of pleasure and the cheesy love music pouring from her wife's boudoir.

But promiscuous undead sex addicts don't have it as easy as you might think. Father Jacinto (Paul Naschy) is a vampire-killer, on the trail of the evil Lord Ruthven, to whom Diana reports. The father locates Ruthven's tomb, following Diana and her new vamp-nymph (a simple task, considering Diana's breasts can be viewed from the moon), and proceeds to plunge his stake into Diana—and no, I'm not speaking figuratively here—and her master. The two shrivel up and die, and you think that would be the end of it, huh?

Not so.

Now we're in modern day Los Angeles, and Count Dracula himself has decided to resurrect his pal Ruthven. However, much to the chagrin of the newly materialized dark lord, a curse placed on him by his killer so many years ago, prevents him from sucking blood—unless it's been filtered through another vampire's bloodstream.

Next to awaken then is Ruthven's old servant, Diana, now unleashed into the world, her lust and burning loins fully intact. And so the sinister scheme is in motion: Diana gets jiggy with her prey, then Ruthven drinks deep from her blood; lather, rinse, and repeat.

But someone from Diana's past may throw a monkey wrench into the operation—and by that, I of course mean, lots of girls will make out with each other.

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