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Blood of the Tribades

USA 2016
produced by
Sophia Cacciola (executive), Michael J. Epstein (executive), John Robinson (executive) for Launch Over
directed by Sophia Cacciola, Michael J. Epstein
starring Chloé Cunha, Mary Widow, Seth Chatfield, Tymisha 'Tush' Harris, Kristofer Jenson, Zach Pidgeon, Sindy Katrotic, Simone de Boudoir, Stabatha La Thrills, Lilith Beest, Irina Peligrad, Maggie Maraschino, Dale Stones, Andrew C. Wiley, Savana Petruzello, Serena Petruzello, Edrie Edrie, Wednesday Alice Edrie, Aurora Grabill, Melinda Green, Hugh Guiney, Scott Dezrah Blinn, Jake Vaughan, Warren Lynch, Porcelain Dalya, Shannon Keelan, Rachel Leah Blumenthal, Tracey Sturtevant, Kevin F. Harrington, Sean M. Kennedy, Sophia Cacciola
written by Sophia Cacciola, Michael J. Epstein, music by Night Kisses (Catherine Capozzi & Michael J. Epstein)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

2000 years ago, Lord (or Lady?) Bathor has left her tribe of vampires on earth to just await his or her return, to prosper while he or she pepares a new utopia for them. Thing is, Bathor's followers live forever (if not killed) but their memories are pretty much fading, so what was said 2000 years ago might have been perverted right now, and now there's the Brotherhood of Bathor led by Grando (Seth Chatield), who thinks women are inferior being that need to be shown their place as mere maids to the male of the species for utopia to work, and all who do not comply need to be put down ... especially the Sisterhood of Bathor, an all female clan whose leaders tell their flock to just await the return of Bathor complacently, and not worry about anything that happens on this plane of existence too much - like the slaughter of their sisters.

Obviously, it's only a question of time until these to factions clash, and that the Sisterhood is not totally annihilated is thaks to a third party, the Banished, who send over fighters led by Giltine (Sindy Katrotic), to save the Sisterhood - with limited success, only Elisabeth (Chloé Cunha) and Fantine (Mary Widow) manage to make their escape from the Brotherhood's onslaught (but at least the Brotherhood takes in losses as well) - but at the end, that might be enough to tip the balance ... but in whose favour?


Epic in its story, Blood of the Tribades nevertheless is more reminiscent of the very intimate erotic vampire tales of Jean Rollin, down to the fact that some dialogue's actually in French - but that's not to say that this is a derivative movie, as Blood of the Tribades successfully develops an atmosphere all of its own, just like it develops its own little universe with its own logic and laws of nature, and even if the story as such might be a bit over-convoluted, the movie manages to immerse its audience in it and give people at least a feel of what's going on thanks to a moody directorial effort, great storytelling and solid performances.

Totally worth a look!

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