Dracula A.D. 1972 Reviews
John Alucard believes he can resurrect the infamous Count Dracula and leads some drunk hippies to a church. They perform a ritual and raise Dracula from the dead. He immediately begins a killing spree looking for the descendants of his nemesis, Van Helsing. The Van Helsing descendants bond together to hunt down Dracula.
"Come in for a bite."
Alan Gibson, director of Journey to Midnight, Crescendo, Goodbye Gemini, Intent to Murder, Atom Spies, and Witness to the Prosecution (1982), delivers Dracula A.D. 1972. The storyline for this picture is very fun and well done for this era and genre. The characters were entertaining and the acting was solid for the genre. The cast includes Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Stephanie Beacham, Christopher Neame, and Caroline Monroe.
"It's only a giggle."
This was recently on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) for the Halloween season so I had to DVR it. The content was excellent and I always enjoy Cushing and Lee horror films (this was better than many). I strongly recommend this to fans of the classic horrors.
"She is not the one."
"You would play your brains against mine, against me who has commanded nations!"-Count Dracula (Christopher Lee)
Love the hip score, daddy o.