This collection brings together three creepy, underrated vampire B-movies. HORROR OF THE BLOOD MONSTERS (1970) is a product of cult director Al Adamson, who brings us the story of a space expedition (led by horror fave John Carradine) that comes face to face with a vicious race of vampire aliens, snake creatures, and demonic bats determined to infect the Earth. 1966's THE BLOOD DRINKERS, famous for its unusual tinting effects, stars Ronald Remy as a powerful vampire determined to resurrect his dead beloved with the blood of innocent townspeople. Finally, DOCTOR DRACULA (1978), also from Adamson, has Dracula posing as Dr. Gregorio (Geoffrey Land), and leaving death and gruesome bloodshed behind him everywhere he goes. All three films are bizarre, intriguing, and oddly memorable.