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This weird and chilling tale of vampires and the undead seeking to bring their kind back to life features the evil Marco (Ronald Remy), an updated version of the vampiric Count Dracula replete with cape, fangs, and clean-shaven head! Marco seeks to reanimate his long lost love and infuse her with the blood of his victims as he casts his evil spell over the inhabitants of a lonely village. Sharp fangs gleam in the night as bloodsuckers and bats seek fresh blood from the veins of their victims in this eerie drive-in favorite, also known as "The Vampire People" and featuring unusual color photography and tinting effects. Written by
In the American release, the role of the very unconvincing rubber bat was expanded from what appears to have been only one shot in the original (and given the name, "Basra"), because the distributor loved the little monster. See more »
This has got to be one of the strangest vampire films ever made, it's almost like a dream, as it moves from one scene to another. The plot isn't hard to figure out: vampires are terrorizing the townspeople. What's really weird is the fact that at one point it will be in color, and then it changes to sepia tint, and then back again. While not as bad as most Philippine horror films (John Ashley's, in particular), it is almost impossible to describe. A definite must see for horror fans or fans of the bizarre.
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