In the early 1600's, Countess Elizabeth Bathory slaughtered more than 600 young women, believing if she bathed in the blood of virgins that she would stay young and beautiful forever. Still alive today, she's found a perfect hunting ground for her 'botox' as an abstinence educator in conservative America, and the young ladies of San Griento High are poised to be her next victims. But will her unholy ritual finally be stopped by Leah Ratliff, a feminist blogger and ambitious reporter for the school paper?
Lotti Pharriss Knowles
Who says the virgin always lives 'til the end?
Did You Know?
The flashback scene was originally written as a much longer sequence, with a horse-drawn carriage picking up each of the virgin girls in a small village before arriving at Bathory's castle. When the filmmakers learned how expensive the sequence would be to film they decided to limit the scene to just the castle interior. See more
I would never put anyone else down for their choice, but I think if I ever felt that tempted, I would just... get down on my knees and pray to God...
[sound of a thunderclap
You must never mention His name in here! You see, my dear, we could get into a lot of trouble for having that sort of talk in a public school, yes? Well, I think that's enough for today. See you all next time.
Dead End Prom Queen
Written by Bay Dariz
and Ambre Leigh / (ASCAP)
Performed by Some Hear Explosions
Courtesy of LORD BARONESS Music (ASCAP) and Bambre Music (ASCAP) See more