Czechoslovakia, 1720: A Satan-worshiper escapes from his hunters. Trinity College, 2001: Lucas Blackmer, a babe-magnet, professor and a novelist asks Sydney to help find Vlad Tepes' lost relic. And he isn't the only one after it.

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Czechoslovakia, 1720: A Satan-worshiper escapes from his hunters. Trinity College, 2001: Lucas Blackmer, a babe-magnet, professor and a novelist asks Sydney to help find Vlad Tepes' lost relic. And he isn't the only one after it.

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29 October 2001 (France)  »

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The opening title reads, "Czechoslovakia, 1720 A.D." Well, Czechoslovakia only existed from 1918 to 1992. Up to 1918, it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. On January 1, 1993 it split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. See more »

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Chalice of Blood
10 December 2014 | by (Hamburg, Germany) – See all my reviews

Blackmer (Adrian Paul), a writer of best selling vampire novels, is rumored to be a vampire himself. He gives lectures on the subject of seduction, no surprise that Sydney finds herself strangely attracted to him. Blackmer invites Sydney to come with him to the Czech Republic (the titles wrongly say Czechoslovakia) on the search for a magic chalice that probably once belonged to Vlad Tepes aka Dracula. Karen and Nigel do not trust Blackmer and decide to investigate on their own.

Vampires used to be an interesting subject for movies in the 1970s, but the wave of recent TV series and movies (after „Interview with the Vampire" gave a new commercial push to the decaying genre) made this episode almost unfit for consumption to me. Pardon the pun. Anyhow, despite the subject, an OK episode.


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