Twins of Evil

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Overview

While dabbling in Satanism, Count Karstein resurrects Mircalla Karnstein who initiates him into vampirism. As a rash of deaths afflicts the village, Gustav the head of Puritan group leads his men to seek out and destroy the pestilence. One of his twin nieces has become inflicted with the witchcraft but Gustav's zeal and venom has trapped the innocent Maria, threatening her with a tortuous execution, whilst Frieda remains free to continue her orgy of evil.

  1. Sheridan Le Fanu

    Characters

  2. Tudor Gates

    Screenplay

  3. John Hough

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Peter Cushing

    Peter Cushing

    Gustav Weil

  2. Dennis Price

    Dennis Price

    Dietrich

  3. Madeleine Collinson

    Madeleine Collinson

    Frieda Gellhorn

  4. Mary Collinson

    Mary Collinson

    Maria Gellhorn

  5. IB

    Isobel Black

    Ingrid Hoffer

  6. Kathleen Byron

    Kathleen Byron

    Katy Weil

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Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 27m

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Release Information

  • June 1, 1972
    R, Theatrical

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Featured Review

A review by John Chard

7.0
By John Chard

The evil that men do.

The final part of Hammer Films Karnstein Trilogy is in keeping with what made the studios output so readily embraced by the horror faithful. Based on characters created by Sheridan Le Fanu, Hammer take one of their vampire movies and add puritan witch- finding into the mix as well.

Upon the death of their parents identical twins Maria and Frieda Gellhorn are relocated to Karnstein in Central Europe to live with their Uncle Gustav Weil. Weil is a stern puritan who leads a fanatical bunch of witch-hunters known as the Brotherhood, this is a problem because the twins a... read the rest.

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