So, I'm thinking all female vampires should wear low-cut tights and elf boots. Great look. And comfortable for all the night-stalking they do. The sewn-on-to-the-arms satin bat wings lend a distinct touch, too.
Here's a little peplum beefcake to brighten your Thursday. I find it odd the title shows "Sanson," but the movie's original title was Sansone. Perhaps the "e" was removed so he had room to flex those biceps better.
Here's the Mexican lobby card (actually more of a mini-poster) for Leyendas Macabras De La Colonia (1974), Macabre Legends of the Colony, with Tinieblas, El Fantasma Blanco, and Mil Máscaras. Great inset scene. And yes, it's as wild as this card depicts. Luchadors, mummies (and one bitchin' dead mommy of a witch), Aztec warriors, and a painting that transports to colonial times to get some fighting done.
Here's the Mexican lobby card for the feature version of Zombies of the Stratosphere, Satan's Satellites (1958). I fell in love with this movie immediately seeing that cool space outfit Marex (Lane Bradford) is wearing. One of Leonard Nimoy's first screen appearances, as another alien, is to be found here, too.