|release date||September 19 2006|
|starring||Mark Damon, Sergio Pislar, Rosalba Neri|
SynopsisA quest for the mythical Ring of Vermougglian leads the Schiller brothers to Transylvania and Castle Dracula, where they find more than they bargained for in the castle’s current resident and her undead servant. What follows is a ghastly nightmare of blood and sex, as the countess needs one brother for feeding and the other to house the spirit of her long-lost lover—Count Dracula!
What do you get when you combine gothic settings, devil worshippers, black mass rituals, fake blood, and lots and lots of gratuitous nudity? Well, if it’s the early 1970s, you get any number of horror films being shown on drive-in and theater screens all over the world (If it’s the new millennium, you get the same sort of features, only the “gothic” setting is usually Van Nuys or Burbank and the films go straight to Blockbuster and Hollywood Video!). Of all of the movie-producing countries around the world who followed the lead of England’s Hammer Films in that decade, none was more prolific than Italy, cranking out flesh-and-blood fright flicks at an almost alarming rate. 1973’s IL PLENILUNIO DELLE VERGINI, known in the English-speaking world as THE DEVIL’S WEDDING NIGHT, was one such effort, and is all set to hit video stores in September, as part of Shout! Factory’s ELVIRA’S MOVIE MACABRE DVD line. …Read More