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Russian soldiers accidentally unleash the servant of Dracula, as well as his dog, during excavations of Romania. Together, they set out for America, to find the last descendant of the great Count. Written by
Not one of those overlooked horror gems in your video store
No, this movie is just awful. In fact it's got to fall into my bottom five worst horror films ever. I bought it because it was directed by Albert Band. Very dull. Nearly unwatchable. The plot may sound kind of weird and fun, but I assure you that the story is presented in a most unexciting way. I paid even less attention to the action sequences than the tired talking scenes. No one could possibly give a hoot about any of these characters, puppies included. A movie has got to be pretty bad when it can't even generate sympathy for a cute puppy. People that slam "The Hills Have Eyes Pt. 2" for it's dog-based flashback would have a field day with this one.
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