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Blood of the Tribades - For Lovers of Rollin Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Thursday, 13 August 2015
BLOOD OF THE TRIBADES – FOR LOVERS OF ROLLIN

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Who truly doesn't want to admit to liking Jean Rollins films? I personally love The Living Dead Girl, Requiem for a Vampire and The Iron Rose. They are flawed movies, but Rollin's outpouring of work, whether good or bad, aren't dull and carry that certain atmosphere and fascination (ha ha).

It seems the creators of Blood of the Tribades love the man as well, along with a fetish for gothic movies, especially Hammer. Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein are responsible and have a bowl in Kickstarter for donations, towards what appears to be a damn good movie.

"A vampire named Bathor turned an entire village to vampires, stuck around long enough to teach them to survive, and then promised to return 2,000 years after conquering the rest of the continent. The only problem with this plan is that the vampires, although immortal, have only a limited capacity for memory. As time passes, they forget their utopian society, and led by the totalitarian zealot Grando, become paranoid, superstitious fundamentalists, splitting their society by race and gender lines, seeking to destroy those who are deemed sinful.

Long-forgotten lovers Élisabeth and Fantine find that, with the help of those who were banished in the past, it is their fate to piece together the past and help preserve the little that remains before Bathor's impending return.


Exactly. They are clearly confessed admirers of the 70s style of vampires and there are rumours they are looking to cast some old Hammer and Rollin veterans, that aren't new to the game. Sophia has a huge CV with tons of acting, directing, producing, writing, music, and editing roles for the last eight years, whilst Michael also has a huge background since around 2005 including acting, camera, directing, cinematographer, writer, visual effects, whoa, these two must down a whole lot of energy drinks.

Mainly known on the indie circuits with works such as Magnetic, Ten (2014) and two parts of Bring Us Your Women, these two are worth investing in.

Blood of the Tribades stars Seth Chatfield (Girlfriend, Ten), Irina Peligrad (Inventory, Northern Comfort) Aurora Grabill (Frankenstein's Hungry Dead, Cannibal Girl - TV Series) and a whole load of newbies.

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