A group of workers is traveling by bus to the town of Bojoni to work for an aristocratic family. The driver has a fulminating heart attack, and the group decides to drive to the near village of Tolnio instead, to spend the night and follow to Bojoni on the next morning. They find nobody in the apparently ghost city, but in the next morning, they meet the hospitable dwellers. Their bus has a problem in the engine, and they have to stay in Tolnio. Sooner they find that they are trapped in a vampire village.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When the moon is up the fun begins.
Did You Know?
This film, like many Spanish films from the late 60s through the end of the Franco era, shot their racy scenes twice, once with the actors nude, and then again with clothes on. The covered versions mostly appeared in Spanish prints, but not always. The nude scenes would be included in the dubbed versions that were offered for sale to just about everywhere else in the world. This film has three scenes where the actresses are nude, and these appear an English dubbed print retitled Orgy of the Vampires. The Pagan UK releases on VHS and DVD are the covered version of the film, and this version now appears in the US on DVDs of questionable legitimacy from Alpha and Sinema Diable. See more
Referenced in Fear, Panic & Censorship