Helen Christie and Michael Johnson in "Lust for a Vampire" (1971)

Lust for a Vampire (1971) Directed by Jimmy Sangster. Helen Christie as Miss Simpson and Michael Johnson as Richard Lestrange.

Miss Simpson: Mr. Lestrange…
Lestrange: Oh, Miss Simpson.
Miss Simpson: I’m glad to see that you’re taking an interest in the activities of the school at large.
Lestrange: Oh, but of course.
Miss Simpson: And I understand that you wish to become a resident here?
Lestrange: Well I do think it might be a good idea to spend more time with the girls… marking their work and so forth…

2 Responses to “Lust for a Vampire (1971)”

  1. Well, this particular Hammer was trashed upon release, and I can’t say it deserved much better. It’s another lesbian vampire vehicle, but it’s exceedingly talky as I recall, with most of the killings off screen. Ingrid Pitt turned it down, saying she thought the script was dreadful. But I’d give it another shot, as a lifelong Hammer junkie.

  2. Yeah, I only watched it because it’s part of the “trilogy” with Vampire Lovers and Twins of Evil. Not very good.

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