Billy the Kid vs. Dracula Reviews

  • Jun 13, 2020

    Hear me out~ this film may have more plot holes than there are gaps in a fishnet, but that's what makes it SO GOOD! If you want to cringe at some ‘60s horror~ check out this movie's cardboard bat, bullet physics, and hilarious, hypnotic stares. Billy the kid vs. Dracula is really, really bad, but it's really, really good because of it!

    Hear me out~ this film may have more plot holes than there are gaps in a fishnet, but that's what makes it SO GOOD! If you want to cringe at some ‘60s horror~ check out this movie's cardboard bat, bullet physics, and hilarious, hypnotic stares. Billy the kid vs. Dracula is really, really bad, but it's really, really good because of it!

  • Mar 31, 2014

    worth a look to see the gr8 john carridine play dracula

    worth a look to see the gr8 john carridine play dracula

  • Jan 12, 2014

    How come the bullets couldn't harm Dracula but throwing the pistol and him knocked him out?

    How come the bullets couldn't harm Dracula but throwing the pistol and him knocked him out?

  • Oct 12, 2013

    Originally shown as a double bill with "Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter" this equal silly waster/Universal Horror mash-up is slightly better, mostly because you have John Carradine on board as Count Dracula, hamming it up as only her can.

    Originally shown as a double bill with "Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter" this equal silly waster/Universal Horror mash-up is slightly better, mostly because you have John Carradine on board as Count Dracula, hamming it up as only her can.

  • Oct 10, 2013

    David Carradine as the count is pretty much the only saving grace for this film outside of its obvious campiness...but make no mistake, this is a bad bad movie.

    David Carradine as the count is pretty much the only saving grace for this film outside of its obvious campiness...but make no mistake, this is a bad bad movie.

  • Oct 08, 2013

    Tuesday, October 8, 2013 (1966) Billy the Kid versus Dracula WESTERN HORROR The running time is less than a hour and a half but it's too stupid and corny to be taken seriously. It involves foreign immigrants trying to convince Billy The Kid who's about to be married that theirs a vampire living in town. The vampire claims to be the uncle of Billy's fiancé but is obviously trying to make efforts to turn her into his wife. The movie stars John Carradine as Dracula, and Chuck Courtney as Billy the Kid. Considering the year in which this movie was made would've been labelled as low budget by movie standards especially if it the movie showed a limited amount of characters such as the sheriff, the jealous brother-in-law and so forth... It is possible to make an entertaining vampire western since vampires were acknowledged during the 17th century. Bomb

    Tuesday, October 8, 2013 (1966) Billy the Kid versus Dracula WESTERN HORROR The running time is less than a hour and a half but it's too stupid and corny to be taken seriously. It involves foreign immigrants trying to convince Billy The Kid who's about to be married that theirs a vampire living in town. The vampire claims to be the uncle of Billy's fiancé but is obviously trying to make efforts to turn her into his wife. The movie stars John Carradine as Dracula, and Chuck Courtney as Billy the Kid. Considering the year in which this movie was made would've been labelled as low budget by movie standards especially if it the movie showed a limited amount of characters such as the sheriff, the jealous brother-in-law and so forth... It is possible to make an entertaining vampire western since vampires were acknowledged during the 17th century. Bomb

  • Oct 06, 2013

    very odd horror/western.

    very odd horror/western.

  • Jul 20, 2012

    Dracula (John Caradine) and Dr. Henriette Hull (Olive Carey) are the high lights of a stinker movie just made for MST3000. Caradine is hilarious as Dracula, especially the look on his face when he sees a pretty young lady... pervert city. Carey as the rascally Dr. Hull was great. She has a long history in movies going back to silent pictures and her pedigree shows even with the poor direction & dialog. Sadly, this was her last film. Perhaps she read the reviews or lack of them :( Dracula (Caradine) "So where do I find this backwoods female pill swinger?"

    Dracula (John Caradine) and Dr. Henriette Hull (Olive Carey) are the high lights of a stinker movie just made for MST3000. Caradine is hilarious as Dracula, especially the look on his face when he sees a pretty young lady... pervert city. Carey as the rascally Dr. Hull was great. She has a long history in movies going back to silent pictures and her pedigree shows even with the poor direction & dialog. Sadly, this was her last film. Perhaps she read the reviews or lack of them :( Dracula (Caradine) "So where do I find this backwoods female pill swinger?"

  • Jul 05, 2010

    I hate it when horror films go to the old west. Also, this movie is just plain bad.

    I hate it when horror films go to the old west. Also, this movie is just plain bad.

  • Apr 12, 2009

    John Carradine is good, but a bit OTT with all the trance/staring and strange lighting. Whilst I'm not usually a fan of westerns, I liked Billy the Kid and Betty, and the Dr is good for unexpected comedy - no education, picked up a few tricks of the trade from her husband (the town's real doctor before he died), and just happens to have a book with information on vampires in her collection, and knows just which page to turn to when needed! The bat is a bit poor, but this was 1966!

    John Carradine is good, but a bit OTT with all the trance/staring and strange lighting. Whilst I'm not usually a fan of westerns, I liked Billy the Kid and Betty, and the Dr is good for unexpected comedy - no education, picked up a few tricks of the trade from her husband (the town's real doctor before he died), and just happens to have a book with information on vampires in her collection, and knows just which page to turn to when needed! The bat is a bit poor, but this was 1966!