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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tina Sáinz ...
Tony Isbert ...
Helga Liné ...
Narciso Ibáñez Menta ...
María Kosty ...
Xenia (as Maria Kosti)
J.J. Paladino ...
Heinrich Starhemberg ...
Dr. Karl (as Henry Gregor)
Cristina Suriani ...
Mimí Muñoz ...
Sra. Petrescu
Betsabé Ruiz ...
Luis Ciges ...
Vendedor de libros de oraciones
Elsa Zabala ...
Sra. Gastrop
Javier de Rivera ...
Fernando Villena ...
Ramón Centenero ...


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 secretly launches into a series of affairs with the Count's resident "brides." Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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A bit wobbly
5 January 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Dracula Saga is a rather ragged attempt at a costume horror movie that sadly fails on more levels than it succeeds. The story follows a young couple travelling to a remote castle in central Europe to visit the remaining family relations of the wife, who is pregnant. Along the way villagers warn them that the castle is evil, and dead bodies are found along the way with neck wounds. Nothing very original there! On arrival at the castle, all manner of strange things happen as the truth about the family background is revealed...which should come as no surprise, bearing in mind the title of the movie! There is a fair amount of nudity, with lots of female cast members removing their blouses, and some gruesome action as well, especially at the movie's climax.

Unfortunately the enjoyment of all this is hampered by some very basic shoddiness. Although Deimos Films have found a beautiful clean print, and colours are rich and clear, a lot of shots are out of focus. No amount of remastering can correct badly focused photography, and it really shows. Several shots also have a gauze-like mesh effect overlaid on them, which at first I thought was a technical issue, but in reflection it might have been a failed attempt by the director to add atmosphere. The acting is not very good, the English language dub is truly awful, and in another bizarre lapse of continuity, the heroine clearly wears different wigs in different scenes throughout the story!

I suppose this accounts for why Leon Klimovsky never made it as a big name horror director. Having a stunning authentic castle as a setting and adding lots of bare boobs does not make up for all the other budgetary and artistic shortcomings. Even European beauty Helga Line (in a minor role) is wasted here. I do love Deimos' presentation of these Euro horrors, they do very well with the quality, packaging and DVD features. This is just not one of the better movies.

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