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.
The ceiling of the mayor's mansion is cracked. This is because his employees are having athletic sex with his wife in their upstairs bedroom. He has other theories, of course, but regardless of how the cracks got there, he thinks it's too dangerous for the town's marching band to practice in his mansion, and proposes that they move their rehearsal space to the Swedish filling station. They do. And so, as decreed by the Euro sex comedy handbook, tuba gags and a flustered conductor soon follow.
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!
Sechs Schwedinnen Von Der Tankstelle centers on a half-dozen attractive woman who become major figures in their town when they start their own business. They engage in a number of behaviors above and beyond the call of duty in order to keep their customers returning time and time again. They end up becoming enemies with the mayor's wife, whose dislike of the group may stem more from jealousy than anything else.
A mad killer is stalking cover girls (Brigitte Lahaie and Florence Guérin).This one is a very rare french giallo making attempt.
Le couteau sous la gorge est un film très kitsh, qui peut preter à sourire quand on y voit certaines scènes. Mais il est très prenant. Brigitte Lahaie et Florence Guérin sont superbes. La comédienne qui joue le rôle de la concierge est réellement impressionnante. Et la fin du film laisse sa petite surprise auquel on ne s'attend pas !
This erotic horror film, set in 1916, 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.
Au début du siècle, on soignait l'anémie en faisant boire aux malades un verre de sang frais de boeuf. Les abattoires étaient devenus un endroit à la mode où les belles dames venaient rencontrer quelques messieurs. Le goût du sang devint vite une passion perverse ; plusieurs d'entre-elles formèrent aussitôt une secte secrète. Une fois par an, elles se réunissaient dans un château, attiraient un séduisant jeune homme à la tombé de la nuit, et au matin, après la fête, il était sacrifié. Son sang apaisait leur soif. Cette année-là en 1916, un voleur trouve refuge dans le château que possèdent deux de ces belles dames…