Lesbian vampirism is a trope in 20th-century exploitation film and literature that has its roots in Joseph Sheridan le Fanu's novella Carmilla () about the love .
Lesbian Vampire Killers is a British comedy horror film directed by Phil Claydon and written by Stewart Williams and Paul Hupfield. The film stars James .
Sapphic vampires have been around since the 19th century, but the '60s and '70s saw sexploitation merge with horror to create a new genre.
Sexy, seductive, dangerous, the lesbian vampire is one of the most prolific images of lesbian desire you'll find in cinema history. There is much.