Production info

Il Plenilunio delle Vergini
Italy, 1973

Mark Damon, Rosalba Neri, Enza Sbordone
Directed by Luigi Batzella


In the 1800s scholar Karl Schiller believes he has found the ring of the Nibelungen which holds great power. It is located at the dangerous Castle Dracula. Fortunately, he has an Egyptian amulet which may protect him. His brother Franz takes the amulet and starts off for the castle first. When Karl finally arrives, it happens to be the Night of the Virgin Moon, a night that falls every fifty years and draws five virgins from the surrounding village to the castle not be heard from again. It is up to Karl to protect his brother, find the ring, and rescue the women.

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