The Vampire Lovers is a remake of the 1970 Hammer Horror film of the same name. The film starred Ingrid Pitt, Madeline Smith and Pippa Steel. It was decided to adapt Carmilla. There are plot elements of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Phantom of the Opera,as well as the 2004 movie. Montrant ses crocs pour attaquer le baron, elle est promptement décapitée. The Vampire Lovers is a 1970 British Gothic horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Ingrid Pitt, Peter Cushing, George Cole, Kate O'Mara, Madeline Smith, Dawn Addams and Jon Finch. The Vampire Lovers est un film d'horreur gothique britannique, réalisé par Roy Ward Baker, sorti en 1970. Eventually, they will kill the female vampire, but not before she traps a number of female lovers/victims. Having killed the butler, Carmilla takes Emma prisoner and departs. La gouvernante d'Emma, Mademoiselle Perrodot, tombe aussi sous le charme érotique de Carmilla et devient l'instrument de sa volonté. Laura subsequently suffers nightmares that she is being attacked, and dies of a gradual sickness; whereupon Marcilla departs. La jeune fille se révèle être un vampire quand sa poitrine est marquée par l'imposition du crucifix. Le film commence ensuite avec une dame brune et mélancolique laissant sa fille Marcilla sous la garde du général von Spielsdorf et sa famille dans leur demeure styrienne. Thereupon Carmilla's portrait on the wall shows a fanged skeleton instead of a beautiful young woman. It features very little horror but the storyline is quite faithful to the original story, Sheridan LeFanu's Carmilla, in the midst of (tame) nudity. Faking a carriage break-down, Marcilla's mother leaves her (now using the alias 'Carmilla') at the residence of a Mr. Morton, where Carmilla befriends and seduces Morton's daughter Emma (Madeline Smith). The Countess is called away to tend a sick friend and imposes on the General to accept her daughter Marcilla as a houseguest. For the Australian punk rock group, see Vampire Lovers. Simulant un accident de voiture à cheval, la mère de Marcilla la laisse (à présent sous le nom de Carmilla) à la résidence de M. Morton. Emma is rescued by a young man named Carl (Jon Finch), and Carmilla flees to her ancestral castle, now a ruin. While filming the scene in which Carmilla attacks Madame Perrodot, Ingrid Pitt's fangs kept falling out of her mouth and dropping into Kate O'Mara's cleavage, prompting gales of uncontrollable laughter from both actresses. Mr. Morton travels and the butler Renton and the doctor suspect that Madame Perrodot might be a vampire but they do not suspect of Carmilla. Emma's governess, Mademoiselle Perrodot (Kate O'Mara), becomes Carmilla's accomplice. Mais Carmilla les tue tous les deux. " Film critic Leonard Maltin gave the film a passing grade of two-and-a-half stars, calling it a "rather erotic Hammer chiller". [self-published source], The Vampire Lovers has received mixed reception from critics. They find Carmilla's grave, which reveals that her true name is Mircalla Karnstien, where the General forces a stake into Carmilla's heart, and cuts off her head. Camilla befriends Emma Morton and soon she starts having nightmares. Ingrid PittPeter CushingGeorge ColeMadeline SmithDouglas Wilmer, Pour plus de détails, voir Fiche technique et Distribution. When Mademoiselle Perrodot begs Carmilla to take her too, Carmilla kills her. The film was a co-production between Hammer and American International, who were interested in a vampire movie with more explicit sexual content to take advantage of a more relaxed censorship environment. It was produced by Hammer Film Productions. The pattern repeats as Emma gets ill, but the General cannot rest, and seeks the advice of Baron Hartog, who once dealt a decisive blow against a family of vampires. Seductive vampire Carmilla Karnstein and her family target the beautiful and the rich in a remote area of late eighteenth-century Gemany. Il est d'adapté du roman Carmilla, de Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. Le film se déroule dans la Styrie au XIXe siècle et s'ouvre sur l'image d'une très belle femme en déshabillé diaphane émergeant de la brume d'un cimetière. The Vampire Lovers is a 1970 British Gothic horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Ingrid Pitt, Peter Cushing, George Cole, Kate O'Mara, Madeline Smith, Dawn Addams and Jon Finch.