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Paul Morrissey's brash mixture of humor, horror and sex is a bitingly funny satire of modern values--and a revelation to fans of the horror film. In "Blood for Dracula," the infamous count searches Italy for "pure" blood. Criterion presents the long-suppressed director's cut of this outrageous cult classic. "Presented" by Andy Warhol.
I must say this Morrisey film is more 'serious' than Flesh For Frankenstein. And Udo Kier plays Dracula amazingly well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Westwood
Count Dracula (Udo Kier- THEATRE BIZARRE) and his henchman, Anton must leave their native Romania, due to a shortage of female virgins. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
Not a Halloween goes by that I don't watch this campy, beautifully photographed version of the Dracula tale. Read morePublished 22 months ago by G. H.
Story line familiar, although in Italy. Terrible acting - different type ending. Certainly not a scary movie by any meansPublished 22 months ago by Jean duBois
This movie is so funny and creepy. The main character does an Amazing job and he is very cute too.Published 23 months ago by Lydia J K
9/13: Good Dracula pictures are rare. In fact, it almost never happens. There has been a countless number of bad Dracula pictures. Read more
As long as you have someone to talk to during the long drawn out boring moments of dialog between heavy Italian, German, British and Bronx accents (yes, Bronx) , this movie has... Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Bruce