Twins of Evil

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Hammer Film Productions Released 1971

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Director:
John Hough
Released:
1971
Rating:
R

This final installment in Hammer Films' Karnstein trilogytells the story of two teenage twins, Maria and Frieda (Mary Collinson and Madeleine Collinson). The orphaned twins are sent to live with their Uncle Gustav (Peter Cushing), who not only lives within shouting distance of the notorious Karnstein Castle, a center of Satanic activities, but also leads the Brotherhood, a group of puritanical witch finders. After Count Karnstein (Damien Thomas)is transformed into a vampire by a resurrected Mircalla (Katya Wyeth),the Count takes an interest in the twins and the adventurous Frieda falls under his spell. Uncle Gustav realizes that he must fight more than simple witchcraft in order to save the twins, and leads the Brotherhood into Karnstein Castle for a final confrontation between good and evil.

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      • Count Karnstein: (to Frieda) You are very beautiful. For you, all pleasures should be supreme. And one supreme pleasure is to take a human life. For our pleasures, we must pay. Will you...pay?
        Frieda: (smiling) Anything!

      • Count Karnstein: throwing Gerta at the feet of the Brotherhood Look at them! Gustav Weil and his brave band in search of women. Here! You can have Gerta if you like, if you want some excitement. You'll feel better then. You won't go around burning pretty girls!

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      • Producer Michael Style firsttook note ofthe Collinson twins while reading theOctober issue of Playboy in 1970. Thetwins' pictorial in the magazine gave him the idea that identical twin vampires would be an interesting addition to the film, and convinced Tudor Gates to write the new characters into the screenplay.

      • This is the third and final film in Hammer's "Karnstein Trilogy", preceded by The Vampire Lovers (1970) and Lust for a Vampire (1971).

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    Horror, Suspense

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    Cult, Zombies,Vampires & Monsters, B-Movie Horror