Countess Dracula (1971)

PG   |    |  Horror

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In 17th-century Hungary, elderly widow Countess Elisabeth Nádasdy maintains her misleading youthful appearance by bathing in the blood of virgins regularly supplied to her by faithful servant Captain Dobi.


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26 November 2009 | christopher-underwood
| one absolutely stunning shot of her nude
Made shortly after the Ingrid Pitt Hammer film, Vampire Lovers and falls somewhat short of the standards of that movie. Sasdy's direction is less sure than that of Roy Ward Baker and the film drifts now and again. Also amazingly the leading lady is almost another person. She seems to have lost the sexy throaty voice and even her looks seem to have faded. There is one absolutely stunning shot of her nude and dripping with blood as she is disturbed at her bath, but nothing else in the film to compare with her performance in the earlier film. The very theme of having to kill a girl every day or two for blood seems to prevent the very film from flowing free. I suppose if this had been an Italian movie and more of the killing had been on display, it would not have seemed so hesitant. As it is good situations are set up and then not played to the hilt. Enjoyable enough though.

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