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The Dracula Saga (1973)

La saga de los Drácula (original title)
| Horror | 1973 (Spain)
Count Dracula's pregnant granddaughter arrives at his castle, along with her husband, who is not a vampire. While she prepares to give birth to a new member of the Dracula line, her husband... See full summary »

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Javier de Rivera ...
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Equal parts mildly enjoyable, mildly disappointing. Lacks bite
14 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie sure is awful. Despite spending $8.99 on it, I threw it in the trash, rather than watch it again.

The first 60 minutes or so isn't totally bad. There's a few creepy chills worked up over some vampires, who sometimes work their way up to the level of almost being scary. The female ones who decided to be nude got my attention, but even that enjoyment fluttered away quickly.

Things really go downhill when we meet Dracula, living in a castle with his 'family.' Dracula doesn't like biting people anymore, apparently, and just drinks blood out of wine glasses. And you thought bargain wines from the supermarket were bad.

The ending is so darn awful it defies description. If I'd been the producer and known it would end so poorly, I never would have let one frame be shot to begin with. The lead actress was good prior to this, but not even she could make the end believable - or tolerable - for one second.

Some directors of low-budget movies realize when their script calls for things their budget can't succeed at. This ending badly needed that wisdom, along with restoring Dracula to someone who preys and bites, not some old dude who drinks wine. You can find someone like that at almost any bar. Some of them are even scarier than Dracula is here.

Boo. As in hiss, not scary boo.


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