I debated as to whether or not I should review this DVD...After all, when it comes to this 'genre' of releases, it's really all about personal taste; and generally, if you dig these works of lesbianic-vampire grooviness (which I do), replete with the classic 'sexadelic' soundtracks, (largely, why I dig them) then it's usually a no-brainer...
However, this film definitely left me shivering, as my cold, lifeless body fell asleep on the couch and woke up several hours later with no blanket, wondering, "Did I actually fall asleep?"
And did I? YES.
The movie is a bore. From the opening scenes, it shows promise. Fairly decent music (though, truly more of an acid-jam band, rather than the fab 'progressive-rock' that is touted on the inside cover of the DVD) and a truly impressive transfer made it seem like a winner...But it just went downhill from there.
Little dialogue, little story, and little snippets of vampirotica make this one a dud. It hardly shines like the classic 'Vampyros Lesbos', and again, a great transfer alone does not a good movie make.
I will say this...If you are truly a collector of period pieces, and can stand the long, drawn out, obviousness of a movie going nowhere...well, then step up and shell out .....But, if you're truly into the 'real-deal'...seek out something else.