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Both are done in dreamy, shadowy b&w and the prints are excellent.
A must see for anyone who loves great atmospheric horror and has yet to experience the unique, heavily stylish work of the classic Mexican Horror movie makers.
El Vampiro was clearly inspired by Universal's Dracula, although it is in almost every way a superior production.
I just read an article on Yahoo mail about a vast source of pure, clean drinking water discovered underground in drought-plagued Kenya which will serve the needs of that country... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anthony Sol
This vintage vampire film from Mexico is said by some to be at the pinnacle of Mexican horror cinema. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kristofer Upjohn
This Mexican 50's horror film classic exemplifies the filmmakers at the time directing talents accompanied by a devoted group of Mexican actors that could only lend to the film's... Read morePublished on November 4, 2012 by Ramon Rodriguez
Having little acquaintance with Mexican horror films, I was curious to try one of the more highly-regarded ones to see what it was like. Read morePublished on November 2, 2008 by Joseph Morales
Excellent set of two DVD. This is our original Mexican vampire from 50 years ago !. The main actor, the Spanish Germán Robles is still alive. Read morePublished on September 9, 2008 by J. CALDERON
i am greatful for casanegra release of these wonderfully made films
from mexico. i have never seen them before. they are wonderful. Read more
I first viewed both films as a pre=teen on a Local Phildelphia horror movie program called "Dr. Shock." It was a classic 60's wrap around show. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by James A. Valentine
Mexico's 1957's "El Vampiro" is considered the finest example of that country's horror output during their 50's-60's period, and this assessment is probably an accurate one. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by William F. Klessens