This is a good film by Jean Rollin, first relesed in 1982. Catherine has been dead for two years, but when an Earth tremor causes some toxic waste to spill, the gases bring her back to life. First killing the people who had dumped the waste and were looting her coffin, Catherine makes her way back home. Catherine's home is a chateau, in which she was buried in the vaults, but finding herself alone she has to wait for someone to arrive so that she can feed on their blood.
When Catherine's blood sister, Helene arrives she at first thinks that Catherine is alive, and that she had been lied to about her death. As realisation dawns on Helene that Catherine can only be kept alive by fresh human blood, she sets about enticing people to the chateau. There is something haunting about this movie, as you see before your eyes how ultimately people change. At the beginning you can see that Catherine is the bad one, always needing blood, but by the end your perceptions change, as you see what Helene does. Of course there is some nudity here of attractive women.
This film is in colour and there are subtitles, but also quite a bit of it is in the English language. As an added bonus in the extras this also includes Rollin's black and white short film of 1965, Les Pays Loins.