Fascination

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Fascination Review


I had thought Eternal was the only lesbian vampire movie on the block, but the French horror flick Fascination had it beat by 25 years. And what a film it is, in which a 1916 thief holes up in a remote castle, only to be seduced (and sucked on) by the vampiresses that live there. Absurd and hopelessly cheesy, this is a film that definitely isn't scary and is only borderline erotic. How sexy can you be when you're undressing in a meat locker, anyway?


Fascination

Facts and Figures

Run time: 80 mins

In Theaters: Thursday 1st November 1979

Production compaines: Comex, Films A.B.C.

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

IMDB: 6.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer:

Starring: as Elisabeth, as Eva, as Marc, as Hélène, Muriel Montossé as Anita, Sophie Noël as Sylvie, Evelyne Thomas as Dominique, Cyril Val as Un Apache, Myriam Watteau as Un Apache

Also starring: ,


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