There are few words to describe the discomfort of sitting behind your desk at work to consider the merits of a film such as Female Vampire. Offered under some thirteen different titles, and in varying degrees of lewdness, from mostly horror (Erotikill) to hardcore (The Swallowers
Cute. Real cute opening shot...could they have zoomed in any closer? The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits unimpressive image quality and irritating, unstable zooms. The picture is generally wanting in sharpness and detail, with images appearing flat and wanting in dimension and clarity. The dated colors are inconsistent within scenes. Sometimes the picture is extremely undersaturated. Source element artifacts are apparent. (Suzanne Hodges)
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