Format: Criterion Channel
Director: Jean Rollin
I don't know the work of Jean Rollin, but I understand more cultured folks will. Something to look into. His imdb looks like horror and thrillers, so, sure.
This film is mostly mood in the best way. I think some of y'all like JAL might dig it if you haven't seen it. It's essentially a well telegraphed vampire movie with the languid pace of Daughters of Darkness that has some astounding moments that alone are worth checking the movie out for.
I enjoyed it, but it's mostly paper thin when you want to discuss the plot, which is a young criminal takes the gold he and his compatriots stole and hides out in a mansion which is inhabited by two young, attractive women but no servants or anything. He tries to sort out what is happening, has sex with one of them and dodges the gang of crooks. Also, there's a reunion of more attractive young women.
I dunno. Give it a shot. It has some stunning visuals and never overextends its reach as a lovely, moody bit of horror with a curious spin on the vampire idea.