After seeing this slow-moving and very monotonous film I'm still trying to figure exactly what was supposed to have "happened" to Count Dracula, and I've come to the decision that I really couldn't care less. It's another fairly straight take on the "modernized vampire" routine, with Dracula now called "Count Adrian," and setting his sights on a 1970's gal who eagerly falls under his spell. Mix in some voodoo rituals and a weird "Dracula Club" and you've still got nothing. Adrian is played with camp by Des Roberts, who feigns a pretty bad Bela Lugosi accent and likes to make weird faces a lot. Still, he's considerably better than the rest of the no-name cast who can't act to save their souls, and whose stupid characters don't seem to know a vampire when they see one. * out of ****
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