Reviews

Jun 19, 2019
While not the best in Hammer's repertoire, Dracula: Prince of Darkness is perhaps the perfect Hammer Horror film, which signaled Lee's return to his most iconic role, had some terrific performances, and lived and died by some excellent direction.
Jan 21, 2019
It's an effective bit of Hammer horror, boasting the expected atmospherics, period trappings, literary conceits and, yes, buxom beauties.
Jul 24, 2018
This is a mean, violent picture.
Oct 18, 2016
This is a text-book example of top-grade ghoulish horror from Hammer's golden era.
Oct 18, 2016
Apart from one or two welcome innovations -- notably the sort of Instant Vampire recipe by which Dracula is resuscitated, and his final destruction by drowning rather than by the usual procedures -- this is the same old hash as before.
Oct 18, 2016
Lee's red-eyed stare is suitably baleful and the fangs slightly more convincing than in the original.
Oct 18, 2016
[A] routine scare production from Hammer.
Mar 1, 2012
Once Dracula is up and about, the script can't find much for him to do, but there are spirited performances from Shelley, as an uptight bourgeois who becomes a sensual vampire hoyden, and Kier, as a gun-toting monk who fills in for Van Helsing.
Oct 2, 2010
Average made Hammer horror pic about Dracula's resurrection.
Mar 26, 2009
The thrills do not arise sufficiently smooth out of atmosphere.
Nov 25, 2008
Probably Hammer's last great Dracula film %u2014 a solid, sometimes imaginative effort.
Oct 12, 2008
Perhaps Hammer's most effectively horrific Dracula movie.
Jan 26, 2006
Full of the sensual mysteriousness which Hammer used to achieve so effortlessly during their long occupation of Bray Studios.
Aug 20, 2005
May 3, 2005
The least effective Hammer horror film featuring Christopher Lee as the fly-by-night Count.
Aug 29, 2003
Jul 21, 2003
Another Hammer vampire flick. About average for the series.
Nov 12, 2002
Aug 1, 2002