100 Years of Horror (1996– )
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Blood-Drinking Beings 

Unrated | | Documentary, Horror | Episode aired 1996
100 Years of Horror looks at vampires and other blood-sucking creatures.
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Roy Ward Baker ...
Himself - Director, 'The Vampire Lovers'
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Himself - Director & Producer
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Himself - Actor, 'The Thing'
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Himself - Host
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Himself - Actor, 'Fearless Vampire Killers'
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Himself - Actor, 'Not of this Earth'
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Herself - Actress, 'Captain Kronos'
Jimmy Sangster ...
Himself - Director, 'Lust for a Vampire'
D.P. Smith ...
Himself - Film Historian
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Herself - Writer & Actress
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100 Years of Horror looks at vampires and other blood-sucking creatures.

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Blood-Drinking Beings
7 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

100 YEARS OF HORROR is a 26-episode TV series made in 1996 and featuring the delightful Christopher Lee as host, his sonorous narration exploring the history of horror cinema in the 20th century. Each themed episode contains plentiful clips from the films mentioned along with brief interview footage seemingly culled from other documentaries as well as TV shows and the like.

This second episode, BLOOD-DRINKING BEINGS, explores non-Dracula and non-traditional vampire movies in Hollywood and beyond. The films discussed include The Omega Man and Countess Dracula as well as Corman's Not of this Earth. Hammer and Universal are well covered again and even Paul Naschy gets a brief but welcome look-in.


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