Director: Juan López Moctezuma
Year Released: 1977
Recently orphaned Justine (Susana Kamini) goes to live in a convent where she becomes fast friends with vampy Alucarda (Tina Romero, who looks like pop singer Lorde), they fall in love with each other, form a blood pact and then go bananas on the clergy, eventually setting them on fire. While it is campy nunsploitation and too often unintentionally funny, it's also committed (for the most part) to its low-budget brand of lunacy, which might be enough to sway the Midnight Movie crowd into embracing it (and its flaws). It makes a semi-valid point later on where the physician Dr. Oszek (Claudio Brook) condemns the church leaders for their method of "curing" (read: torturing) the two ladies for turning to the "dark side" - it's science attempting to "correct" religion - but that's as far as it goes with it: fact-based rationality gets chucked out of the window when it comes to a completely naked teenager soaked in gore and clawing at a Sister of God.