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Enjoy a night of haunting darkness and terrifying bloodlust with this Vampire Triple Feature! In this macabre collection, you will recieve the films Fiancee of Dracula, Two Orphan Vampires and Central Park Drifter!

Fiancee of Dracula: While looking for the earthly remains of Count Dracula, a professor and his young assistant are plunged into a parallel universe of darkness and decay. There, they encounter supernatural creatures. Ultimately, the professor's quest leads to a confrontation with the beautiful Isabelle. Possessed by an unspeakable evil force, she has the power to decide his fate.

Two Orphan Vampires: The legendary Euro-horror director, Jean Rollin, returns to cinema with this spectacular vampire epic. With his signature sexy cinematography, gothic locales and artistic edge, the story of two innocent orphan vampires unfolds. They appear to be helpless blind orphans during the daylight hours, but at night they roam Europe in a spree of blood and death.

Central Park Drifter: Night brings out the hunger in everyone, especially a mysterious New York cab driver, who happens to be a vampire. Working the night shift brings a sultry array of passengers within his clutches. Embracing those ready to die, he controls a vampire underworld. Unexpectedly, on his nightly rounds he discovers erotic human passion, and unleashes a terrifying evil.


Studio Media Blasters Inc.
SKU 202637674
UPC 631595062397
UPC 14 00631595062397
Format DVD
Release Date 2/19/2008
Name Oliviero,Silvio
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Cast & Crew
Alexandra Pic - [Orphan] Actor
Bernard Charnace - [Orphan] Actor
Cliff Stoker - [Central] Actor
Cyrille Iste - [Fiancee] Actor
Dorin Ferber - [Central] Actor
Helen Papas - [Central] Actor
Isabelle Teboul - [Orphan] Actor
Jacques Orth - [Fiancee] Actor
Jean Rollin - [Fiancee, Orphan] Director
Jerry Ciccoritti - [Central] Director
Michael A. Miranda - [Central] Actor
Nathalie Perrey - [Orphan] Actor
Sandrine Thoquet - [Fiancee] Actor
Thomas Smith - [Fiancee] Actor
ReviewSource Mondo Digital
Review [Central] Though the cover tags this glossy vampire flick as Central Park Drifter, it's actually a 1987 film called Graveyard Shift, presumably retitled for its DVD debut to avoid confusion with the 1990 Stephen King abomination. A staple of video stores during the format's early days, this odd blending of fang-gnashing, light erotica, romance, and urban blight still holds some interest in an overcrowded genre, and while the actual presentation leaves much to be desired, fans of cinematic bloodsuckers may still find it worth a look...Extremely skimpy on substance, Graveyard Shift instead tries to pump out as much style as possible on an impoverished budget.
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource Gotterdammerung
Review [Fiancee] The acting is actually top-notch, it's as if Rollin has finally realized that his films can benefit from hiring professional actors. I was very partial to the vampire (who is his niece) and her portrayal of a very sad ethereal creature who is so vulnerable that despite her long fangs I felt sorry for her. The ogress was done admirably as well, and even though Isabelle's role is mostly to stare vacantly into the distance, I thought that she was superb as well. In particular, the last scene where she says farewell to her human suitor with both contempt and sadness is quite touching...Overall, an excellent cast that complements the visuals.
Reviewer Branislav L. Slantchev
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource LiveJournal
Review [Orphan] When I rented this, I thought that it was one of Jean Rollin's old vampire movies from the seventies. Little did I suspect that it was actually made in 1997. The weird thing is that Rollin seems to have become a better director over the years...The photography is a lot better than I'm used to from Rollin movies. A few shots are actually really impressive. Of course, the movie's kind of boring, and there's less sex and violence than the old Jean Rollin movies usually had. The acting's pretty bad, too. However, the girls' incessant babbling about weird crap that doesn't make any sense is entertaining in its own little way.
Reviewer Steve Clark
ReviewRating 8
Product Attributes
Actor Oliviero,Silvio
Label Shriek Show
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Bob Ignizio, [Fiancee] ...Rollin makes it compelling with his visual flair and sincerity.
Branislav L. Slantchev, Gotterdammerung [Orphan] ...a feature fantastique about dreams and reality set in unabashedly surreal and occasionally gothic landscapes. [Central] Rapid scene changes and a rousing climax...
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