Five terrifying vampire films for the horror movie fan. Includes: Count Dracula and His Vampire Brides
, The Last Man on Earth
, Fangs of the Living Dead
, Grave of the Vampire
, Vampire Happening
Count Dracula and His Vampire Brides (1973, Color, Rated R, 87 Minutes): The count has developed a new potent strain of bubonic plague that he and his devil-worshiping disciples plan to release against the population of Earth.
The Last Man on Earth (1964, B/W, Not Rated, 86 Minutes): Vincent Price stars as Dr. Robert Morgan, the only survivor of a devastating worldwide plague as he is the only one mysteriously immune to the bacterium. He is alone now, or so it seems. As night falls, the plague victims leave their graves as part of a hellish undead army that is thirsting for blood... his!
Fangs of the Living Dead (1968, Color, Rated PG, 80 Minutes): Anita Ekberg stars in this sexual physiological horror thriller about a beautiful virgin named Sylvia who travels to her ancestral castle. There she meets up with her uncle, and his bevy of beautiful vampires, witches and other nefarious creatures.
Grave of the Vampire (1972, Color, Rated PG, 90 Minutes): This dark and violent film stars Michael Pataki as a brutish vampire who brutally rapes a young woman (Kitty Vallacher) in order to sire a child. The product of this unholy mating is a half-vampire baby boy. As a young man, the son (William Smith) curses his bloodline and heritage and vows to track down and kill his father.
Vampire Happening (1971, Color, Not Rated, 102 Minutes): This vampire comedy stars Pia Degermark as Hollywood actress Betty Williams, who inherits a Balkan castle only to find out that her grandmother was a vampire witch.