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Taste the Blood of Dracula

Taste the Blood of Dracula(1970)

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  • taste the blood of dracula

    • kevin sellers
    • 10/25/16

    I'm sorry, but a Dracula movie with only about 15 min. of screen time for Christopher Lee in the title role just doesn't make it as far as I'm concerned. So while I liked the Victorian kink and the three hypocritical, solid citizen villains (with Geoffrey Keen especially odious as the pervy dad) I'm gonna have to give this one a solid C.

  • A Little Better Than The Last

    • CrashTestChris
    • 10/3/16

    Where DHRFTG was slow and plodding, this entry was a little more stylish and atmospheric, bent mainly toward the youth and their struggles with overbearing adults....And With The King of the Vampires mixed in the middle... A trio of older gentleman who mask as honorable gents in their community and Churches, seek fun and sexual thrills once a month in their city's bowery.... As it becomes a bit mundane over time, a young aristocrat convinces the group to invest in the greatest thrill of all.....The bloody resurrection of Dracula....This is about the time that Hammer Films began integrating devil worship in their story lines, as the Lord Courtley character is the instigator. Dracula is brought back in a nauseating scene of blood drinking and begins to take revenge on the trio's family members for killing his resurrector. The usual death and murders ensue as well as stakings and blood splatter... and a strange ending to the Count that's still hard to figure.....But it has Christopher Lee in it and makes it worth the watch just for that....Much better than the 3 sequels that followed it, but not as much fun as The Seven Golden Vampires.

  • At least you Christopher Lee as Dracula...

    • Dan Grissom
    • 8/12/12

    Lee's fourth turn at the Count is about all this movie has going for it. The effort by Hammer Studios to interject sex into their horror films (nudity that is) doesn't really work in my opinion. I think this movie would have been fine without the gratuitous nudity. Two stars only because Lee is in it.

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