Crypt Of The Living Dead (1973) 2007 NR CC

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Archaelogists come across a vampire burial ground when on a dig. This awakens to vampires who go on a rampage.

Starring:
Andrew Prine, Patty Shepard
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Crypt Of The Living Dead (1973)

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director Julio Salvador, Ray Danton
Starring Andrew Prine, Patty Shepard
Supporting actors Mark Damon, Ihsan Gedik, Teresa Gimpera, Frank Braña, Edward Walsh, Jack La Rue Jr., John Alderman, Shera Osman, Jem Osmanoglu, Mariano García Rey, Daniel Martín
Studio Synergy Ent
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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It is one of the worst '70 films I have seen.
Dennis
If you just have to see it for yourself, be sure to have your finger on the fast forward button.
Harvey Wren Jr.
The evil queen then falls off a cliff, winding up surrounded by fishermen.
Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 17, 2005
Format: DVD
Chris (Andrew Prine) arrives on a bleak, strange little island in order to bury his dead father. Dad died from extremely un-natural causes. A 3-ton stone coffin was dropped on him! Chris must enlist the help of the local fishermen to move the huge thing. His friend Peter (Mark Damon) seems helpful, but is actually the one who killed Chris' father! He's a deciple of the crypt's occupant, a 700 year old vampire named Hannah (queen of the vampires). Meanwhile, Chris has fallen in love w/ Mary (Patty "Stop calling me Barbara Steele" Sheppard), Peter's sister. Oh no! Hannah has awakened from her slumber, and she's awful thirsty! She turns into a wolf and kills a dog to slake her thirst. Hannah spends 99% of the film on her back in the coffin. She never speaks a word of dialogue either! Beautiful but dull, Hannah does finally sink her canines into Peter's throat. The end battle is fairly interesting, consisting of listening to Hannah do a demonic yodeling demonstration after being set on fire. The evil queen then falls off a cliff, winding up surrounded by fishermen. Her final incarnation is hideous and comical at the same time! The "shock" ending is a pretty low-voltage affair. There's also a one-eyed "wild man" (Ihsan Genik) who causes extra mayhem. Watch this with FANGS OF THE LIVING DEAD for added bloodsucking cheese...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on January 29, 2014
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Also known as Hannah, Queen of the Vampires this surprising "R" rated film is in black and white. Professor Bolton (Mariano García Rey) is killed in the first scene inside an ancient crypt on an Italian island. His son Chris (Andrew Prine) comes to the island and meets Peter (Mark Damon) and the local school teacher Mary (Patty Shepard). He discovers that the crypt that fell on his father was that of the vampire Hannah (Teresa Gimpera) who has been there since 1269. To the dismay of the village, he opens the crypt to find a perfectly preserved body.

The film is low action. It is boring. At one point we discover the vampire can make herself into a mist and then a wolf, supposedly a werewolf, but it looked more like a regular wolf. Film is not for everyone. Very little cheese value, just a bad film.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 30, 2002
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
See reviews for Hanna: Queen of the Vampires. According to IMDB.com, it's the same movie.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ladererdaysaint on August 7, 2014
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Reminds me of Kolchak the night stalker series. With Darrin Mcgavin. Not too bad for a 1970 low budget show produced about vampires. I would of loved it and stayed up late to see it as a kid in grade school or high school and even messed with the antenna and been pissed off when the TV channel buzzed in and out and made me miss a scene. A good flick all in all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on January 29, 2014
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Also known as Hannah, Queen of the Vampires this surprising "R" rated film is in black and white. Professor Bolton (Mariano García Rey) is killed in the first scene inside an ancient crypt on an Italian island. His son Chris (Andrew Prine) comes to the island and meets Peter (Mark Damon) and the local school teacher Mary (Patty Shepard). He discovers that the crypt that fell on his father was that of the vampire Hannah (Teresa Gimpera) who has been there since 1269. To the dismay of the village, he opens the crypt to find a perfectly preserved body.

The film is low action. It is boring. At one point we discover the vampire can make herself into a mist and then a wolf, supposedly a werewolf, but it looked more like a regular wolf. Film is not for everyone. Very little cheese value, just a bad film.
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This is another one of those monster films that you can take or leave. Is it fun enough to have playing in the background, say, as you clean the table or cook? I would never recommend watching this with your full attention, unless you love mindlessly bad monster movies, and there definitely is a place for them in certain consciences. As a kid, I could watch these and believe them totally, get into them like they were high drama. Well, I confess that my taste has changed since then, having watched an uncountable number of them. This one was not one that I saw as a child, so there is no nostalgia connected to it, except for the good guy, who is a b actor who was in a lot of tv and film I saw in the 1960s. Aside from him, there is nothing to distinguish this in my mind whatsoever.

The plot: a guy comes to investigate the death of his father, witnessed at the beginning of the film. I didn't pay attention closely enough to pinpoint the location, but I think it is Turkish islands. An associate is acting weird, which gets him to dig further. As events unfold, he allies himself with the strange villagers and vanquishes the vampire queen. There is a surprise ending, natch, so a sequel may have followed.

Recommended as a waste of time if horror sexy vampires is your bag or for nostalgia.
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