Cemetery Girls (1979) / Ladies Of The Night / Night Of The Bloodsuckers / Sensuous Vampires / Twice Bitten
80' (cover 82') - Source: VHS NTSC
UK: 18; US: R
Director: Cirio H. Santiago (Last Stand At Lang Mei 1990; Caged Fury 1983)
Producer: Caprican 3 / Cosa Nueva
Score: Jaime Mendoza-Nava
Writer: Howard R. Cohen
Director of photography: Johnny Araojo / Ricardo Remias
John Carradine stars as a modern-day Count Dracula, controlling a harem of beautiful vampires
thirsty for blood, who lure their victims to their doom by parading as ladies of the evening.
The American navy hits port and the three young sailors are lusting for female "refreshment". The oriental port offers more than relaxation and entertainment. They split up as Eddie goes on the hunt for girls, and Terry (Trey Wilson) and Tom (Bruce Fairbairn) hit the bars and end up locked up in a drunken stupor. Next day Eddie is missing and the others start their search for him. They trace Eddie's moves to where he was last seen with a voluptuous whore ... the cemetery. Lurking below ground they find the secret den of the Vampires ... three females who have been dead for over one hundred years and are definitely "in season". One hundred years without sex is a long time ... blood is not all they want to suck.