Horror of Dracula

Horror of Dracula

DVD - 2002
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Dracula, a centuries-old nobleman damned to an eternal blood-crazed half-life, travels from his native Transylvania to London and to a savage fate. In the decadent nightlife he finds new victims. He also finds Dr. Van Helsing, a brilliant scientist, who becomes Dracula's implacable foe in a bat-and-mouse game of blood-red Gothic gore.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, 2002
ISBN: 9780790768106
Branch Call Number: DVD HORROR
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (81 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Language Note: In English with optional subtitles in English, French, Spanish, or Portuguese; closed-captioned
Alternative Title: Original U.K. title: Dracula


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Oct 12, 2018

Great movie poster of Christopher Lee's Dracula. The hammer horror film has the Count avenging himself on the Harker fiancée and friends. Nice costumes and eerie music. Not gory, no sex, enjoyable horror for hammer fans, and older children.

Sep 19, 2018

Yes. When compared to the blood-saturated vampire films of today - This "Dracula" picture from 1958 is really quite tame and almost laughable at times.

But, all the same - "Horror Of Dracula" does contain some genuine moments of terror that should satisfy most fans of vintage horror films. Just don't set your hopes too high by expecting a literal gore-fest here.

Jan 23, 2018

Considered quite brutal and excessively graphic in its day (1958) - "Horror of Dracula" (a Hammer Production) was really surprisingly tame by today's gore-infested standards of over-the-top, blood-saturated vampire movies.

But - All the same - This particular horror film of glorified blood-lust is notable for being one of the very first vampire films to initiate the whole ultra-violent, blood-thirst trend that has continued (at full-throttle) to this very day.

I think that it's interesting to note that this particular film-version of Bram Stoker's famed vampire story has Count Dracula's castle situated just outside the paranoid, little village of Klausenberg (not the expected, Transylvania).

Anyway - Though this film did have its horrific moments - (Stake through the heart, anyone?) - It really wasn't anywhere near to being as sinister and savage as I was expecting it to be.

Mar 20, 2016

"The Horror of Dracula", 1958, pairs the established star Peter Cushing with the up and coming star Christopher Lee. These two would dominate British and American horror films from this point on. They have no rivals. The color and pageantry of this film is unexceeded


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