Nice little piece of Euro Horror: THE VAMPIRE’S NIGHT ORGY review

A busload of badly dubbed travelers stop in a small Spanish town after their bus driver dies. The villagers seem friendly at first, but the stranded travelers eventually find out that they have stumbled upon a village completely inhabited by cannibals under the domination of a hot vampire Queen (Euro-babe Helga Linè of Horror Rises from the Tomb) and her sidekick – a big axe man who chops limbs off his fellow villagers. The Vampire’s Night Orgy is one of many erotic vampire films from the 1970’s. Sadly there’s not a lot of gore here. And no orgies. But this is a good movie with creepy, gothic atmosphere and a weird, jazzy score, and the small village is a great location. Its strange inhabitants are more like cannibals than vampires, but who cares? The movie also has and a cool, unusual choice of hero; a pervert (Jack Taylor) who spies on women undressing through a hole in his bedroom wall.

The Vampire’s Night Orgy
(“La orgía nocturna de los vampiros”)
Release year: 1974
Country: Spain | Italy
Director: León Klimovsky
Stars: Jack Taylor, Helga Liné, José Guardiola, Dyanik Zurakowska
A busload of badly dubbed travelers stop in a small Spanish town after their bus driver dies. The villagers seem friendly at first, but the stranded travelers eventually find out that they have stumbled upon a village completely inhabited by cannibals under the domination of a hot vampire Queen (Euro-babe Helga Linè of Horror Rises from the Tomb) and her sidekick - a big axe man who chops limbs off his fellow villagers. The Vampire's Night Orgy is one of many erotic vampire films from the 1970's. Sadly there's not a lot of gore here. And no orgies.…

RCC Rating:

Style and coolness
Violent death
Actors making funny faces
Tension and shock scenes

Good

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