I have always regarded The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973) as a kind of James Bond Dracula movie. After all, it does have some of the familiar elements of an 007 yarn: action-packed car and motorbike chases, corrupt government officials, … Read More
Can you believe this: Dracula is now in modern times, but is scared to venture out for fear of being knocked over by a bus? Well, that isn’t really the situation in Dracula AD 1972. It was just a joke … Read More
To all those of you who knock Scars of Dracula as a “corny film”, I urge you to please belt up! Contrary to all your negatives views, I think Scars of Dracula is a fantastic movie.
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Taste The Blood Of Dracula (1970) is a fantastic sequel to Dracula Has Risen From The Grave. It carries on right from where that movie left off. And – whoopee! – Christopher Lee is back for his fourth outing … Read More
Wow, do I love Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968). In fact, I would rate it as not only one of my all time favourite Hammer horror movies, but also one of my Top 10 horror movies of all … Read More
Dracula: Prince of Darkness is an utterly fantastic sequel to Hammer’s very first Dracula movie, Dracula (1958). Directed by Terence Fisher from a screenplay by Jimmy Sangster, and released in 1966, this film marks the return of the great Christopher … Read More
Christopher Lee has always been my all time favourite Count Dracula. He always will be. In my view, when it comes to playing Bram Stoker’s immortal bloodsucker, nobody can come anywhere near him. And all this Lee adoration started when … Read More