This Spanish/American co-production (actually filmed in Turkey) stars Andrew Prine as a man seeking answers about his father's mysterious death on the mythical Island of The Vampires. The populace lives in hushed fear of the dreaded Queen Hannah (Teresa Gimpera), the wife of Louis VII, who slumbers dormantly in her tomb. Shipwrecked on the island 700 years ago, she and the ship's crew were overtaken by the undead denizens. Unable to bring himself to destroy his bride, the King bid her sealed alive inside her clifftop tomb. Centuries later and liberated from her sepulchre, she begins to prey upon the villagers. Prine finds an ally in superstitious school teacher Patty Shepard, while the Vampire Queen is worshipped not only by a disfigured, feral wild man, but by Shepard's own wayward brother (Mark Damon). Admittedly a minor effort, the film has its moments. Gimpera cuts a marvelous figure as the vulpine Hannah-- often times as much ghost as bloodsucker-- who can transform into a cloud of green mist or a lone wolf. Damon is also convincingly crazy as her obsessively devoted acolyte. The scenes within the misty tomb are the best and the film even manages some empathy for Hannah's demise at the hands of the fire-bearing villagers. Disfigured, vulnerable, and outnumbered, she emits an agonized cry that stuns even the rabid mob before she is fatally struck down by Prine. Also known as Crypt of The Living Dead.