Vampire Ecstasy, Sin You Sinners Double Feature

Directed by Joseph W. Sarno
Film Movement Classics
176 Minutes
Germany, USA
Horror, Classics, Erotic
Not Rated
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Magic amulets and occult rituals link Vampire Ecstasy and Sin You Sinners, two seminal films from the master of psycho-sexual cinema, Joseph W. Sarno. Dripping with gothic atmosphere, Vampire Ecstasy (1973) is Sarno’s mesmerizing foray into the horror genre. When a trio of beautiful young women journey to their ancestral home to claim an inheritance, they fall prey to a coven of witches’ intent to reincarnate their deceased vampire leader. In the hypnotic noir Sin You Sinners (1963), a medallion forged in a voodoo ritual sustains an exotic dancer’s youth and beauty. When her jealous daughter and employer hatch plots to steal the amulet for themselves, it sets off a chain of events ending in murder.Newly restored to High Definition from the original film elements and featuring liner notes by film scholar Tim Lucas, Sin You Sinners / Vampire Ecstasy is the first entry in a new series celebrating one of the most gifted pioneers of the sexploitation genre.


  • Dian Lloyd
  • June Colbourne
  • Nadia Henkowa
  • Marie Forså
DVD Features

Interview with Director Joe Sarno and Vampire Ecstasy Producer Chris Nebe.
Vampire Ecstasy commentary by Producer Chris Nebe.
A Touch of Horror featurette, in which Joe Sarno describes adapting his style to the horror genre.
Vampire Ecstasy German Language Trailer.
Vampire Ecstasy English Language Trailer.
Sin You Sinners Trailer.
Liner notes by film scholar Tim Lucas.

Sound: 2.0 Stereo

Discs: 1

  • Highest Rating
    "...holds its own with some of the key lesbian vampire euro-cult favorites of the '70s."
  • Highest Rating
    "Sin You Sinners …finds (Joe Sarno) already occupying the unconscious position of a genuine grindhouse auteur."
    Tim Lucas, Video Watchdog
  • Highest Rating
    "Joseph W. Sarno, the cult director of Sin in the Suburbs, Moonlighting Wives and other films...helped establish the sexploitation genre and break down the taboos against erotic content in American cinema."
    The New York Times

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