Le Viol du Vampire / The Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin, 1968)
Les Demoniaques / The Demoniacs (Jean Rollin, 1974)
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.
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)
A Virgin Among the Living Dead (Jess Franco, Jean Rollin & Pierre Quérut, 1973)
Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin, 1968)
These caps are awesome.
The Living Dead Girl (Jean Rollin, 1982)
LIPS OF BLOOD (JEAN ROLLIN, 1975)
"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.