A Van Helsing-like professor and his protegé are tracking Dracula's descendants through the world of "parallels", creatures who are human in form but live quite distinct psychic lives. A circus dwarf who is in love with one of these creatures leads them to a mansion filled with oddly behaving nuns, The Order of the White Virgins. The nuns are detaining a beautiful woman who is the betrothed of the still-extant Dracula. When she escapes, everyone follows her to Dracula's seaside castle, on the way dealing with a baby-eating ogress and a wolf-woman (Brigitte Lahaie in a cameo), witches and madwomen. The bizarre wedding ritual commences.
"Rape" by Pierre Chevalier is a strange and gleefully sleazy semi-mondo about a bunch of reporters trying to "blow the lid" on rape,of course resulting in a lot flashbacks with lots of nudity and rape in them. There are seven or eight rape scenes in "Rape", some of them quite brutal and misogynistic. The film doesn't take the stand for rape, but just the fact that the cheap exploitation makers at Eurociné did a film on rape with lots of nudity in it makes it dubious to the max. The most interesting episode is with Brigitte Lahaie. She plays a medicine student,who is raped by two truckers. After recovering from trauma she lures both her rapists and surgically castrates them. Politically incorrect sickie.
This erotic horror film, set in 1905, tells the story of a thief who seeks refuge in a castle owned by two women, Eva (Brigitte Lahaie) and Elizabeth (Franca Mai). The women are seductive and teasing, but turn out to be part of a vampiric cult of blood-drinking aristocrats.
Double-agent Brigitte Lahaie is the star attraction at a strip-joint/brothel called "Le Diable Rose" in Nazi occupied France which is frequented by both Nazis and Partisans alike. Many ideas in this film seem to have been nicked from José Bénazéraf's 1978 flick Bordell SS. Both are situated in a French brothel frequented by German soldiers just before and leading to D-day, in both films members of the resistance ask the brothel for support, and both feature a dubious German female officer with a disturbed sense of her sexuality.
Erwin Dietrich scores again with this sexy and fantasy-filled take on Girls School antics. Brigitte Lahaie shines, as usual, and the other cast members play their parts with gusto! The libidinous female teacher gives some memorable "health" classes (on exploring their own bodies, etc.), pillow-fights in the dorm, voyeurism, even nude butterfly-catching!