Scream Magazine review: “Blood of the Tribades is both a pretty and fun piece of offbeat melodrama, and an enraged feminist statement… As in our world, the men are mostly too short-sighted to see that the very position of privilege afforded to them by their gender is what restricts them, binding them to their ingrained societal roles. The women on the other hand, must fight to break from the constraints applied to them by their male-led society. The film is a warning about those who endeavour to enforce and protect the tradition of male privilege.” READ MORE
Famous Monsters review: “The story BLOOD OF THE TRIBADES presents is refreshingly uncommon in today’s slasher/ghost/found footage saturated horror biz, featuring a unique, fully realized world unto its own—a world populated by vampires that roam forests and ruins, with nary a non-vamp in sight, and as mentioned above, one with its own hierarchy and class system in place. Besides the immersive mythology of the piece, the impressive array of locales—many absolutely gorgeous—on display in this film is astounding…” READ MORE – “Frightful Five” interview in The Outre Eye of Daniel XIII‘s column on Famous Monsters of Filmland!
The Cinema Files review: “The story ‘Blood Of The Tribades’ tells is somewhat complex but is certainly not complicated. ‘Tribades’ takes on today’s stormy political climate, religious zealotry and gender issues, and incorporates them into a sexy medieval vampire movie that not only adds relevancy to the story, but presents it all in an extreme, absurd theatre of the bizarre.” READ MORE
Film Thrills: “…a lush, atmospheric and downright beautiful work that manages to evoke the past while bringing a modern, strong feminist message to the film…From the architectural beauty of crumbling stone mansions awash in a blood red sunset to sweeping to the breathtaking splendor of waterfalls blanketed in deep greens, red and blues, Blood of the Tribades builds a fully realized and gorgeous natural world.” READ MORE