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"Scars" opens unpromisingly, I must begin by saying, but a lame resurrection for Our Favorite Vampire is compensated by some unforgettable moments immediately following it ... there's the torching of Dracula's castle following his murder of a young girl by the frightened townspeople, who are then led by their priest to the church where they discover ... well, I can't really tell you, but you'll certainly never forget. Some time passes following this incident, and we're soon introduced to a pair of brothers, the nice Simon and the naughty Paul (who's given a most amusing introduction), our protagonists for the remainder of the feature. Paul finds himself, as a result of his high spiritedness, at Dracula's doorstep and up to his kneecaps in a sludge full of trouble, only to be followed soon afterward by Simon and the lovely girl both brothers are sweet on in an effort to save him.
Though the plot is rather thin, the film succeeds thanks to a number of striking images/scenes ... Drac gets a lot of lines, which is great because Christopher Lee has such a fantastic voice, there are some nice sets, particularly the bedroom where the stabbing occurs (love the red candles and curtains ... I want a room like that! and the stabbing, though unexplained in the movie, is certainly unforgettable).Read more ›
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I was not expecting the quality of this DVD to be so good! I was expecting fair to exceptional but I got a pleasant surprise because the video and sound quality is great!! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rainey Dawn
Interesting 'claustrophobic', atmospheric entry in the Hammer series, though with a definite 'cheaper look' about it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Bonnycastle
Peter Cushing portrays Van Helsing while Christopher Lee plays probably the most terrifying Dracula I've ever seen! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Fair
Chris Lee did 8 Dracula movies. I like all. This was no exception.Published 6 months ago by William Jergensen
You bet...it'all here folks, plenty of creepy castle, escape through the bedroom window by tied sheets and sheer drop into the icey ravine below, the plastic bat, a huffing and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by david
always a pleasure to watch a good interpretation of the diabolic Dracula, difficult role, Cristopher Lee is the master. Basta.Published 7 months ago by Nils Endre Lygre