While driving on tour late night through a lonely road in the countryside of Spain, the van of the punk band "Killer Barbys" has an accident and breaks down. A creepy old man invites the group to spend the night in the castle of Countess Von Fledermaus and presents himself as her secretary Arkan. Arkan explains that the mechanic is located 62 km far from the location and he tells that the Countess loves youths. Flavia, Rafa and Mario accept the invitation but Billy and Sharon stay shagging in the van. When the musicians meet the Countess, they find that she is the ancient artist Olga Luchan and they question how she could keep so young. But sooner they discover that the Countess needs blood of young people to keep her beauty.
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Vinod W (ru) wrote: Nice movie however subject could have been more deep
Tom R (ru) wrote: one of the best performance by Kevin Costner. Story line is good but has some flaws though. Still its really good.
Damjan R (de) wrote: "The girl raised her eyes to see who was passing by the window, and that casual glance was the beginning of a cataclysm of love that still had not ended half a century later."
Bob W (us) wrote: Actress Belen Rueda is terrific in this ghost mystery that does not settle for jump scares, excessive special effects or gore. Plays more than a bit on a horror version of Peter Pan Neverland mythos.
Ethan W (ag) wrote: Overall this is just a bad movie, the 11/2 stars I'm giving are all for Samuel L.Jackson but he couldn't save the movie entirely, it was just too dumb.
Matt B (br) wrote: Lady In White is a strange beast that could only have came from the 80's. This supposed "family horror film" could've been much worse if the odd plot and visual luster weren't there to pin us down. I believe the movies biggest asset is truly in its visuals. The shots of fall in New York are exquisitely done and the surreal dream sequences are filled with charmingly dated special-effects. The plot however is not as strong. To me it comes off as some sort of retelling of To Kill a Mockingbird ran through a pulpy giallo filter. There's cheese here, and there's quite a bit but I don't think it stands to ruin the film in the eyes of a less cynical viewer. If you want to see an unusual chiller from the 80's you could do worse but as always, see for yourself!
Jake A (kr) wrote: Richard Pryor, genius. Gene Wilder, genius. Together they're not the most perfect sundae but they make me laugh!
Emily A (es) wrote: To have your fucking soul ripped out by. Top 5 performances ever by Emily Watson.