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Dracula Bites the Big Apple (1979)

 -  Short | Comedy | Horror  -  1979 (USA)
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After Donald P. Borchers saw this short, he gave producer/director Richard Wenk the opportunity to shoot 'Vamp (1986/I)'. See more »

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Awfully dreadful and hideously dated
18 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Located as an extra on the Special edition DVD of the movie "Vamp", this 22 minute short is what got Wenk the job doing that film in the first place. It has to do with Count Dracula leaving Thansyvania for New York for it's "pulsating night life". Watching it in 2005, it has dated well at all and is way too shrouded in the '70's a decade that any sane person wish didn't exist due to the crappy music, fashion, presidents, and narcissistic attitude. Yup, I loathe the "me decade" with a passion. What does this have to do with the film you ask? Well i'm stretching to meet the 10 minimum line requirement, which is hard to do when dealing with ultra-crappy short films.

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