Jean-Loup Philippe plays Frédéric. Eva Quang is the Asian vampire. Notice an unlisted wonderful blonde playing a vampire.
The story, as told by the main character, Frédéric (Jean-Loup Philippe, who played in Le sexe qui parle), begins with Martine Grimaud, a photographer, shooting a sex scene between an Asian model and a male model who ends up in her mouth. The photographer is invited to a party by a female friend of hers. This is where she meets our narrator and his girlfriend Claudine (Claudine Beccarie), also the photographer's friend. Frédéric's attention is soon caught by the photograph of a castle which reminds him of a past night when he escaped from four female vampires dwelling in this castle. As Martine Grimaud is the author of the shot he tries to get more info about it ... And the scene cuts to Claudine Becarrie and Martine Grimaud involved in lesbian sex next to the previous models again in action until the man leaves his Asian partner to join the lesbian couple.
On the following day, Frédéric has an appointment with the photographer. She is busy shooting a scene involving Béatrice Harnois and the same male model. Fred asks about the castle while Béatrice Harnois is dressing. Martine Grimaud undresses and offers her slender little body to him while telling him that the castle has been empty for years. Yet she clearly remembers about four tombs. Fred and she have sex (though it doesn't seem to be much fun on his side!). Frédéric pays a night visit to the tombs and unwillingly wakes up the four vampires. One of the four, a beautiful blonde, pays a visit to a young man and bites him. Frédéric pays a visit to the photographer as she is busy with her Asian model, another man and a brunette (Nathalie Perrey?). Frédéric is angry with Martine Grimaud and reproaches her for letting him risk his life with the four vampires and tells her he has let them out. Martine knows nothing but agrees on a midnight rendez-vous, which is overheard by an eager ear.
On his departure, Frédéric is caught by two male nurses and taken away in an ambulance. The eager-eared man reports the rendez-vous to Clara (Sylvia Bourdon) and is told that Frédéric has been kidnapped. He will lead a raid against the vampires. Clara is sent to get some help but ends up killed by the vampires. Fred in camisole. Two vampires (the Castel sisters) free him and kill a member of the vampire hunters. Fred is hidden in a village. The vampires who terrorise the people eventually get killed for good and ... Frédéric comes into his partner's mouth (Eva Quang's) - who turns out to be a vampire too - uttering the immortal words, 'Suce-moi vampire!'.