Credited cast:
Victor Fabian
Donald F. Glut ...
Wayne Moretti


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Short | Horror





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1959 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Nice Homage to the Universal Classics
10 August 2011 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Slave of the Vampire (1959)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Nice homage to the Universal monster classics has Dracula using Larry Talbot to keep him supplied with fresh bodies. Talbot, as a werewolf of course, manages to bring Dracula his latest victim but when the vampire refuses to give Talbot his freedom, the two monsters battle. If you're familiar with the early work of Don Glut then you probably already know that he loved these Universal monsters and decided to make his own movies just so he could show people the monsters that he loved. For the most part this is a pretty entertaining short as it lasts just under 7-minutes and features plenty of action in that short time. The make-up effect on the wolf man looks pretty good in its no-budget way. I also liked the way Dracula looked here and there's no question that the two have a nice little fight sequence. Glut clearly was having fun putting these monsters on film so fans of those old Universal movies should get a kick out of seeing a kid making his own movies.

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