Pseudo documentary about the Los Angeles adult film industry in the early 1970's. Among the people interviewed are a movie producer, a female screenwriter, a porn actor and actress during a... See full summary »
Silly porno has a reporting in New York talking about how they've gotten footage of a vampire in action. We then see such footage, which is Count Dracula getting it on with several women.
SUCKULA was just one of many horror-porn spoofs and for the most part it's entertaining enough, although it falls well short of something like THE MAD LOVE LIFE OF A HOT VAMPIRE. This film is mainly interested in the porn aspects as the horror elements are rather small and usually the only thing that will remind you that you're watching a horror spoof is the fact that the main guy is wearing a cape and every once in a while we see his (fake) vampire teeth.
As a pornographic film I think fans of that genre will be happy. The majority of the action is women performing oral sex and the director certainly liked to get the camera as close to the action as he could. If you're hear just for the horror elements then you'll probably want to look somewhere else. It's worth noting that Paul Simon's Love Me Like a Rock is played throughout one sex scene. You have to wonder if the song was stolen because it seems unlikely he would have agreed to it being included in a porn movie.
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