The Bloodthirsty Trilogy

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'The Blood-Thirsty Trilogy' is is a wickedly windswept work of exquisitely eerie majesty!

‘The Vampire Doll’ (Legacy of Dracula), ‘Lake of Dracula’ and ‘Evil of Dracula’ are the uniquely flavoured, nightmarishly insidious, neck-tormenting, shadow-steeped 1970s terror trilogy known collectively as ‘The Bloodthirsty Trilogy’, Asian horror’s very own marvellously malefic, morbidly tomb-trifling, sensually-sublime, supernaturally necrophilic triptych of recklessly-reanimating, sanity straining midnight prowling madness! Deliriously devilish director Michio Yamamoto’s sinfully sanguineous, sordidly strange, colourfully unhinged, singularly off-beat vision of vintage, full-blooded, marrow-freezing, fear-haunted Hammer Gothic is a wickedly windswept work of exquisitely eerie majesty, this darkly-envisioned, doom-infested, unwholesomely unholy trilogy of gruesomely feeding, golden-eyed vampires is mesmeric macabre manna for Gothic-minded, grave sleeping, shape-shifting, sin-seeking, hungrily bodice-ripping, gore-sipping ghouls and salaciously Satan-serving, fly-eating fearlings alike! – FYI, When planning a trip to ‘Lake Dracula’ don’t forget to pack a pin-sharp wooden stake with your sirloin steaks, some additional holy water along with your firewater and a silver crucifix to go with your fruit-a-bix! And should an uncommonly gaunt, livid-looking local invite you to dine in terror tone’s sublime, please politely decline; since the cadaverous cove doesn’t drink...wine!’

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