13 July 2019 | BA_Harrison
A very low-budget and silly '60s sexploitation flick in which every character has been badly dubbed in-studio with corny comedy dialogue, Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) somehow manages to make frequent female nudity and soft-core sex boring.
Repetition is the order of the day, the film opening with a baffling voice-over that repeats the phrases 'beautiful hill' and 'blue mountain' more times than anyone could ever care to hear. The film then proceeds to repeat the same supposedly sexy formula over and over, with Alucard/Dracula (Vince Kelley, alternating between a Jewish accent and Transylvanian) stripping each girl brought to him by his assistant Irving Jackal-man (Billy Whitton), tying them up, fondling their body, and biting them on the breast.
I guess this wouldn't have been too bad had all of the women in the film been absolute scorchers, but only two of the ladies are certifiably hot - the stranded motorist (Rebecca Reynolds) and Susan (Adarainne) - and only the latter gets her kit off.
The action occasionally strays into iffy territory with Jackal-man raping two of his victims (continuing to hump away even after one has died), but the majority of the film is pure 'meh!': badly shot, poorly edited, with lousy 'special effects' (including a fake bat on a stick), and a mundane jazzy lounge muzak soundtrack.