Le Viol du Vampire / The Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin, 1968)
(via fuckyeahjeanrollin, coldbloodedbeast)

Le Viol du Vampire / The Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin, 1968)

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Les Demoniaques / The Demoniacs (Jean Rollin, 1974)
(via patentlegs, jahoctopus)

Les Demoniaques / The Demoniacs (Jean Rollin, 1974)

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fette:

Top, screen capture from Fascination, 1979, directed by Jean Rollin. Via. Watch also 6:06. See also RIP. Bottom, photograph by Juergen Teller, from the series Mariacarla Boscono, 2008 for Paradis Magazine. Via. More.

fette:

Top, screen capture from Fascination, 1979, directed by Jean Rollin. Via. Watch also 6:06. See also RIP. Bottom, photograph by Juergen Teller, from the series Mariacarla Boscono, 2008 for Paradis Magazine. Via. More.




unbearablevision:

Vale Jean Rollin; may the Great Pervy Director Beyond be filled abundantly with (faux-blood-schmeared) tits
Les Deux Orphelines Vampires / Two Orphan Vampires (Jean Rollin, 1997)
(via Fascination: The Jean Rollin Experience)

unbearablevision:

Vale Jean Rollin; may the Great Pervy Director Beyond be filled abundantly with (faux-blood-schmeared) tits

Les Deux Orphelines Vampires / Two Orphan Vampires (Jean Rollin, 1997)

(via Fascination: The Jean Rollin Experience)




unbearablevision:

A Virgin Among the Living Dead (Jess Franco, Jean Rollin & Pierre Quérut, 1973)
(via throwherinthewater)

unbearablevision:

A Virgin Among the Living Dead (Jess Franco, Jean Rollin & Pierre Quérut, 1973)

(via throwherinthewater)




unbearablevision:

ateliertovar:

Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin, 1968)

These caps are awesome.

unbearablevision:

ateliertovar:

Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin, 1968)

These caps are awesome.




The Living Dead Girl (Jean Rollin, 1982)
(via throwherinthewater)

The Living Dead Girl (Jean Rollin, 1982)

(via throwherinthewater)




nosex:

LIPS OF BLOOD (JEAN ROLLIN, 1975)

nosex:

LIPS OF BLOOD (JEAN ROLLIN, 1975)




bloodmilk:

thedoppelganger:

(via miumachi, ivideotapeyourdiet)


"Despite the limited budget of his productions, Rollin has been able to  film in some spectacular locations: a rocky beach at Dieppe,  Seine-Maritime, châteaux, rolling countrysides, and cemeteries thick  with gothic atmosphere. Like F.W. Murnau before him, Rollin typically  employs the conventions of the horror genre, especially vampires, as a  framing device for his unusual images. As a result, plot, dialogue, and  narrative tend to be secondary to the visual art for which his films are  known."
…but which Rollin film is this from? I’m momentarily stumped.

bloodmilk:

thedoppelganger:

(via miumachi, ivideotapeyourdiet)

"Despite the limited budget of his productions, Rollin has been able to film in some spectacular locations: a rocky beach at Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, châteaux, rolling countrysides, and cemeteries thick with gothic atmosphere. Like F.W. Murnau before him, Rollin typically employs the conventions of the horror genre, especially vampires, as a framing device for his unusual images. As a result, plot, dialogue, and narrative tend to be secondary to the visual art for which his films are known."

…but which Rollin film is this from? I’m momentarily stumped.